When women think of discipleship relationships, we often think of Titus 2:3–5: “Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to…
It was not the mere beauty of Eve’s body that brought Adam such joy, but the image-reflection of his Creator standing in full glorious reality in front of him. It was not only a sexual reaction, but a spiritual one.
by Chris Crane.
The question should not be, “Why can’t we teach men?” but, “Who will teach the women who want to be taught?” And our response should be, like Isaiah, “Here am I, send me!”
by Trillia Newbell.
I recently read Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp, where he pulls back the curtain on pastoral ministry. In his book, he confronts the notion that pastors have their lives perfectly put together, never fail, and have different needs from every other Christian. Many…
In a confused culture, there are two very basic ways that we Christians can play our part in an attempt to improve divorce statistics and to present a commendable view of marriage.
Riding trains and beating drums of passing movements is not as helpful as simply adoring Christ and preaching the simplicity of the gospel in every area of our lives.
A few months ago a friend called me for advice. Phone calls for advice are nothing new, but the advice she sought seemed a bit strange to glean from me: “I can’t get my baby to stop crying, what should I do?”