April 18, 2014

As we remember Good Friday, we must remember the paradoxical nature of that day. The flow of history was bending to that day. Salvation history finds its climax in the death of Jesus of Nazareth. The way in which God decided to remedy the cancer of sin was through the...

April 17, 2014

When I was in London a few years ago I had the privilege of visiting Bunhill fields. This burial ground is sprinkled with the bodies of non-comformist Christians. The bodies of individuals such as John Owen, John Bunyan, John Gill, and Susanna Wesley. Now it may seem s...

April 14, 2014

Let me be honest.

I love poetry. 

God has granted humanity the ability to use language in such a way to shape our mind and hearts. As you look in Scripture you will notice that poetry shows up often. One preacher noticed that the first words from Adam recorded in Scrip...

April 11, 2014

As I read the New Testament I find myself constantly flipping back several hundred pages to the Old Testament. The more and more I read the New the more and more I see the Old. With that in mind here are some thoughts on an Old Testament Prophet, Hosea.

The Story of Hos...

April 11, 2014

You may be aware that in the next few weeks the movie Heaven is For Real is coming to theaters. This movie is based on the book written by Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent. If you aren’t familiar with the book it recounts the story of Todd’s son, a four year old boy named C...

April 10, 2014

“We could cope—the world could cope—with a Jesus who ultimately remains a wonderful idea inside his disciples’ minds and hearts. The world cannot cope with a Jesus who comes out of the tomb, who inaugurates God’s new creation right in the middle of the old one.” – N.T....

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