I love reading. I find reading to have a unique way of effecting positive change in the life of a
Little children are the most blessed beings on earth. They’re so uniquely blessed that Jesus often instructs us to imitate
Gossip, a little talk turned sour. To some degree, we’ve all done it. Some of us still do it, while
I’m convinced that there’s no doctrine as important to the Christian daily life as that of the sufficiency of Scripture.
There are a few things that I could passionately and admittedly say that I love. One of those things are
Editor’s note: This article was adapted from “Evangelism Training (Part 2): The how of evangelism” by Passion Training Academy. It
In the beginning of each year I assemble a book reading list—call it a reading challenge if you will—that I
Good Friday is not made good by the commercial gurus who’ve turned it into a day of seek-and-find for Easter
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at TheRebelution.com Complaining. We’ve all been there. Whether in words or deeds, our hearts have
It’s often rightly said that God is love. Without this unique truth about God, redemption makes no sense. In his
We are born again to die—that’s the paradox of the Christian life. A statement so emphatic and countercultural that the
It’s no secret that many things compete with our spiritual well-being. Among others, we’re daily confronted with a list of
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at desiringGod.org I was born in Tembisa, the second largest township in South Africa.
Recently I’ve been lingering through the Old Testament, and have learnt a lot about the faithfulness of God to Israel.
The plans of God never goes unfulfilled. Even in the earliest stories of the Bible, we get glimpses of where