Since Christmas is almost here, I thought it would be good to feature a few books for Advent. And with Christmas just a few weeks away, it's also time to update your Amazon wish list with great books. I'm here to help with both.
The Song of Songs is the most lukewarmly debated book in the Bible. There's some engagement, but not enough. While the arguments and interpretations of Revelation run red-hot, Song of Songs tends to be entrenched in assumptions. I want you to rethink what you might think about the Song of
It's time for another edition of book briefs. I love sharing books that I think are worth reading for the learning, loving, and living of our biblical spirituality. Happy to have another Mitch Chase book this month. I want to write like Mitch when I grow up. I also love
Fruit in the Christian life is essential. We read our Bibles, pray, do good works, love others—Christians exhibit fruit. The produce of the Holy Spirit is guaranteed. God does the work in us, through us, with us. And this is where our struggles with assurance of salvation and frustrations
Now bless the Lord, all you servants of the Lord who stand in the Lord’s house at night! (Psalm 134:1) What does it mean to bless the Lord? We know the Lord blesses us, but when Psalm 134 tells us to bless him, what are we being invited
For this pastor appreciation month, allow me to help you understand and appreciate a unique challenge faced by Lead Pastors. I was a Lead Pastor for ten years. I saw God do many incredible things among the people I pastored, while also enduring some of the most head-scratching, baffling, and
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