Why read the Old Testament now that we have the New Testament? When we're reading the Old Testament, we're reading a book that is all about Christ. When Christ talked about himself, and when his earliest believers talked about who he was and what he was accomplishing through his acts of salvation, they referred to the Old Testament. Enroll in…
Let This Little Nine-Year-Old Preach Round the World
If you're blocking Jesus, then for the love of God, get out of the way. Let Jesus show.
The Anti-Self-Help Prophet
In the wilderness, God reaches down to show us that the only life is in one place: where there is water.
Does Christmas Pass the “Smell Test” for Paganism?
There is no evidence whatsoever that Christmas was or is, by some outlandish stretch of the imagination, a pagan holiday, or a semi-pagan holiday, or that it doesn’t pass the “smell test” for paganism.
The Thieving Christ
Come, Lord Jesus, and steal our navel-gazing worship, and replace it with love for our adversaries, ears to listen and mouths to shut up, and hearts brimming with compassion for all.
A Hebrew Twist on Thanksgiving
Any day of thanksgiving is a confessional day—a day of expressing a short creed that sums up our entire existence: God gives, we receive. Thanksgiving as a day of confession becomes very obvious when we look at it from a Hebrew perspective.