In reading Proverbs today, it's hard to deny that the writer was a Calvinist. He believed in a sovereign, powerful God who ruled over everything from great to small. “The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord” … [Read more...] about The Myth of Chance
Tim Challies, Reformed Internet pioneer blogger, on why he's tossed his Iphone and how the fog is lifting. … [Read more...] about I want to buy your cheapest phone
Paul Vanderklay, pastor and sharp guy (those don't always go together you know all too well) gives a summary of what has been a helpful theme in modern theology thanks to Tim Keller--identity and purpose. “Message: Sin is building your … [Read more...] about Tim Keller’s Use of Identity in his Pastoral Ministry
Mother's Day, like all holidays in our culture, gets commercialized. That's how we show love, by spending money, right? This time, let's approach this cultural mile marker with some new resources. The Puritans didn't celebrate this … [Read more...] about Mother’s Day? Yes! Tell us your story.
Read this article about a Gallup survey that I think you'll find interesting and encouraging. At least if you like preaching. … [Read more...] about Why do people come to church? Hint, it’s not the cool praise band.