Lawlessness and the Church

There is much unrest in America. I don’t have to tell you this. You see it for yourself. Many begin to think of...

Book Discussion on June 20th

Our next book discussion, which will be on When the Darkness Will Not Lift by John Piper, will be on Saturday, June...

John Calvin and James Arminius on How to Know the Bible is God’s Word

Though often wrongly set as opposites, John Calvin and James Arminius have much in common when it comes to their...

Must Churches Always Obey the Government?

Must churches always obey the government? I hope not. If she did we would have no Christianity, for the Jewish leaders...
Did Jesus Speak about Homosexuality?

Did Jesus Speak about Homosexuality?

“Jesus never spoke about homosexuality, therefore He didn't think it was wrong.” There are a number of things to say to this statement. First, Jesus didn't speak specifically against rape and yet it would be outrageous to say that Jesus did not consider that to be...

Baptism: Is it Essential? (Part 2)

Baptism: Is it Essential? (Part 2)

This is the second post in a series about baptism. You can read the first post here. “Is baptism essential?” That question needs something added to it. But isn’t this how we sometimes view the question of baptism? I think we argue at times whether baptism is essential...

Baptism: What is it? (Part 1)

Baptism: What is it? (Part 1)

This is the first blog of a series of posts on the important topic of Christian baptism. I plan to look at whether baptism is needed before one can be a Christian, but before we look at that we need to see what baptism is. Below are eight truths about baptism. 1. It’s...

J.C. Ryle Quote

J.C. Ryle Quote

"The world can admire zeal in any service but that of God, and can praise enthusiasm on any subject but that of religion. Let us work on unmoved. Whatever men may say and think, we are walking in the steps of our Lord Jesus Christ." - J.C. Ryle on John 4:31-42.

Should We Reconsider Children’s Church?

Should We Reconsider Children’s Church?

I want to make a case for what has been called “family worship.” Family worship, as it will be used here, means that individual families meet together with others to worship. In other words, I want to make a case for the need for the entire church -from young to old-...

The Martyn Lloyd-Jones Trust

The Martyn Lloyd-Jones Trust

Martyn Lloyd-Jones was possibly the greatest preacher of the 20th Century and is known for, one thing being, his pastoral ministry at Westminister Chapel in London, England, from 1939 to 1968. He has had a big impact on me. A great resource is the MLJ Trust...

Relish God’s Word

Relish God’s Word

I am very thankful for how the Lord has recently blessed me in His Word. Getting up most mornings and reading the Bible, not very concerned with how much I read, but enjoying God through His Word, has been very rich. It is something, and I thank God for this, that I...

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