What does living as a “Christ follower” mean for your everyday life?

Easter: The Prelude

By R. L. Wilson | March 8, 2021

The Trinity was not caught off guard when Adam and Eve sinned. They knew it was coming.

How to Respond When Culture Cancels Your Faith

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | March 1, 2021

Many believers have become alarmed regarding society’s attacks on traditional Judeo-Christian values in America. How can we respond to today’s cancel culture? The first followers of Jesus offered a model…

When a Spiritual Mentor Falls

By R. L. Wilson | February 26, 2021

Ravi Zacharias is just the latest in a long line of evangelical leaders who has fallen, or rather whose sin has been revealed to the world. We are saddened by it; we feel betrayed. But what should we do about it?

Blessed Are the Pure in Heart

By R. L. Wilson | February 23, 2021

Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God (Matthew 5:8) The Scriptures tell us that “no one can see [God] and live” (Exodus 33:20) and that “no one…

Blessed Are the Merciful

By R. L. Wilson | February 17, 2021

Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy. Matthew 6:7

Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness

By R. L. Wilson | February 9, 2021

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled.” (Matthew 5:6)

Blessed Are the Meek

By R. L. Wilson | February 2, 2021

Do you remember the Casper Milquetoast comic strip? I don’t either. But you may have heard the name…

What Has Happened to Christianity?

By R. L. Wilson | February 2, 2021

We read in Acts 11:26, “And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch.”

Serving God Through Times of Sickness

By Dr. Dillon Burroughs | January 27, 2021

When we consider the great servants of God in the New Testament, we often think of Paul, Peter, Mary, Luke, or those among the 12 apostles. However, there was one man with a unique name whose service to God during sickness offers great insight for us today.

Those Who Mourn

By R. L. Wilson | January 25, 2021

Sorrow and mourning are natural parts of life. It is God who gave us the ability to cry. In fact, Warren Wiersbe says, “As you read the Bible, you get the impression that God expected His people to weep. ‘There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under heaven: a time to be born and a time to die… a time to weep and a time to laugh’”