1. This article is written by guest contributor, Aaron Boerst.
  2. Defy the world with its “oughts” and “shoulds,” for in Christ, it is finished.
  3. The seemingly small, the particular, the previously overlooked, magnifies in importance.
  4. The death and resurrection did indeed really happen. They are accomplished historical facts, and by them, so too is the forgiveness of our sins and justification before God.
  5. Zwingli the Pastor provides an excellent introduction to the Swiss reformer’s life and work, focusing on Zwingli’s philosophy of church reform, biographical details, and mode of exegesis.
  6. Are you on the receiving end of freedom? Or are you trying to make yourself free?
  7. We can interpret "be the Church" as either law or gospel.
  8. A truly Lenten mindset sees the season as preparatory for the resurrection life of Easter as opposed to the mortification of Good Friday.
  9. There is no AA for legalists. At least not officially. But there ought to be, and it should be called your local church.
  10. At the Transfiguration, we say farewell to alleluia and hello to the horrific reality of our lost condition.
  11. One way or another, Rod always found a way to bring whatever story he was telling back to the gospel and God's grace in Christ.
  12. In a world—and even a church—full of distractions, thank God for Rod Rosenbladt. He pointed us to Jesus and Jesus alone.