Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—faith, elder teams, hypocrisy, Internet addiction, and ministry grief.
Nehemiah was doing God’s work, yet many people still resisted his ministry. Nehemiah models how to weather the worst ministry storm imaginable.
What causes the fights and quarrels among husbands and wives? What causes the fights and quarrels among church members? What causes the fights and quarrels between various counseling “groups”?
To Glorify God and to Comfort the Saints *A review of Anthony J. Carter, “On Being Black and Reformed: A New Perspective on the African American Christian Experience” With one succinct sentence, Anthony Carter integrates historical Reformation theology and historical African American experience. “Our primary goal as theologians is to glorify God and to comfort
There Will Be Blood Nominated for eight academy awards, “There Will Be Blood” plays like a modern-day version of Genesis 4. Though many Christians may resist seeing it, and many who do may wish they hadn’t, “Blood” is replete with themes of biblical proportions. It is certainly not a “Christian movie,” but Christianity thoroughly addresses
Olaudah Equinao: Born Free “I . . . acknowledge the mercies of Providence in every occurrence of my life.”[i] These words from the pen of the Christian Olaudah Equiano might seem trite until we realize that they introduce the narrative of his harrowing kidnapping and enslavement. Equiano was born free in 1745 in the kingdom