Dr. Vern Poythress joins the Gary Wilkerson Podcast to explain that, across cultures, times and circumstances, the gospel is the only lasting solution to the problems we face.
This week, John Bailey and Mark Renfroe talk honestly about how to forgive when it’s the last thing you want to do.
John and Mark explain that living a life of integrity means allowing others to see us as we really are: flawed people redeemed by Christ.
God makes it very clear in scripture that there is one thing in us that spells the ruin of our relationship with him and other people.
When Abraham Lincoln won the Presidential nomination, famous writer Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “We heard the result coldly and sadly. It seemed too rash, on a purely local reputation, to build so grave a trust in such anxious times.”
The recent film Northman is a surreal saga of one man’s revenge quest amid Norse myth and relentless brutality. The main character witnesses his father and then half of his hometown be murdered by his uncle and uncle’s followers. He barely escapes, only to witness his mother being carried off by the traitors. He swears to avenge his father and rescue his mother.
All too often the church has oversimplified the Great Commission and missed out on the most important trait needed to reach the lost and shepherd the church.
Dr. Henry Cloud is a psychologist and consultant for corporate leaders who are trying to improve their team dynamics. A new president who was overseeing a merger between two health-care organizations asked Dr. Cloud to sit in on a meeting for the upper-management teams from both companies.
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice. Let your reasonableness be known to everyone. The Lord is at hand” (Philippians 4:4-5, ESV).
Scriptures often discuss celebration, and God actually instituted several holidays for his people to rest and worship him. The art of celebration is a regular practice in the Old Testament, and it is echoed in the future wedding feast of the Lamb discussed in Revelation.