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.
All kinds of evil follow from confusing sins, crimes, and mistakes.
When you see that all of life is grace, then everything we have is better than we deserve.
God doesn’t save imaginary sinners. So let your sins be big, but let your trust in Christ be bigger.
You’re not brainwashing your children if you evangelize them. You’re introducing them to their Creator, Redeemer, and Lord.
God designed us to grow in majesty as we grow in maturity, just like leaves in fall.
The world is God’s theater: life is the play, Jesus is the star, the Bible’s the script, and we’re called to play our parts.
Say it with me: “The church is the people. The church is the people. The church is the people.”