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Christian Hope is Not a Wish

What is the foundation of Christian hope? The resurrection of Jesus Christ delivers hope to the hopeless.

Every Christian is a Minister: The Priesthood of All Believers

One of the hallmarks of the Protestant Reformation is the Priesthood of All Believers. Is it biblical, and what does it mean for the Christian in real life?

What Jesus Meant by Entering the Kingdom as Children

We don’t enter the kingdom of heaven as children because we have become so gentle and obedient. We enter as children because of our Heavenly Father. 

Why Can’t God Overlook Sin?

Sin is rejection and rebellion against the Holy God. It wouldn’t be right for him to simply overlook it. But he did pay for it through Jesus Christ.

Is Repentance Necessary to be a Christian?

Is repentance necessary to become a Christian? And what’s the difference between confession and repentance anyway?! Jesus and the apostles preached repentance. We should too.

The Gospel is For the Street

What good is faith if it only survives in a sterile environment? The gospel belongs not only in our pulpits but on the streets . Faith shapes life, gives meaning, and inspires hope. If the gospel is only good news to… Continue Reading →

Should The Church be Attractive or Attractional?

What is the difference between an attractive gospel and an attractional ministry? One preaches a gospel about Jesus who is truly beautiful, the other feels pressure to portray in him the best possible light.

How Can I Know I’m Really Saved?

“How do I know I’m really a Christian?” Here are four questions that can help you begin to discern saving faith.

Five Reasons Christians Don’t Evangelize

Why don’t Christians share the gospel with nonChristians? Here are five reasons based off an informal Facebook poll.

Was Paul a Ministry Hypocrite?

Did Paul teach a different gospel to Gentiles and Jews? Obviously not, but then, why was his ministry so different towards them?

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