God is with us. God is for us. God is against us.
God’s commands are given in love to restrain evil, to convict of sin, and to teach us how to live.
Sin is like a dark guest who will not leave. But the Spirit can put sin to death.
God’s command to keep the Sabbath has been fulfilled and transformed in Jesus.
The gospel is the key to the joys of sex and to the even greater joys of knowing God.
There is only one religion of peace, and it comes from the Prince of Peace himself.
We don’t know who we are. But God knows because he made us, and he tells us who we are.
Sex is a gift from God, but our sin has turned it into a source shame and emptiness.
Reality ‘is what it is’ according to the way God made it.
The gospel kills what threatens to rob God’s love of its power.
We live in an image-driven society, but words are essential for knowing God.
Thriving marriages are those that practice confession, contrition, and change.