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A Hobbit, A Wardrobe, & A Great War

Had there been no Great War, there would have been no Hobbit, no Lord of the Rings, no Narnia, and perhaps no conversion to Christianity by C. S. Lewis. The First World War laid waste to a continent and permanently altered the political and religious landscape of the West. For a generation of men and […]

Why does the devil hate Jews?

We are all reeling from the recent horrible slaughter in a historic synagogue in Pittsburgh. We mourn the dead and pray for the survivors. Such an atrocity against Jewish people is nothing new. Each year one week is set apart in the Jewish calendar as Holocaust Remembrance Week. Yom HaShoah is the annual day for […]

Telling the Great Story in Cuba

Cuba isn’t necessarily known for its strong evangelical church. But it should be. Thousands are coming to the Lord in Cuba through the concerted efforts of a variety of churches. Churches like the Methodist church in Havana. Just a few years ago they were struggling. Today, they have more than 3,000 members. I’ve had the […]

Through the Eyes of Spurgeon

The ministry of Charles Haddon Spurgeon has changed the lives of millions of Christians around the world. But how much do those of us who hold him in such high esteem really know about Charles Spurgeon, the man? Through the Eyes of Spurgeon masterfully navigates the life of a man with many struggles—from recurring depression to debilitating […]

Spurgeon on Depression

Have you ever struggled with sadness, grief, or depression? You’re not alone. In fact, some of the greatest preachers and theologians throughout history have struggled with the same issues. Charles Spurgeon, who is known as one of the greatest preachers of all time, wrote an article called, “The Minister’s Fainting Fits,” referring to his own […]

The Life & Legacy of Elisabeth Elliot

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published here on June 22, 2015 shortly after Elisabeth Elliot went home to be with the Lord.    Jesus can be intense. And following Him is a serious business. Take this story from the book of Luke: “To another he [Jesus] said, ‘Follow me.’ But he said, ‘Lord, let […]

The God Who Speaks Trailer

There’s a new documentary that’s beginning to make waves in the debate over Scripture’s authority. It’s called The God Who Speaks, and it’s packed with appearances by some of the world’s most respected Bible scholars and theologians. From Alistair Begg and D.A. Carson to the late R.C. Sproul and Norman Geisler. Watch the preview and […]

What Makes the Bible So Special

What makes the Bible so special? Why have Christians throughout history staked their lives on what it says? The answer is simple: Faith I’ve met some atheists who know more about the Bible than I do, but the difference between us is that my faith allows me to believe what the Lord says so that […]

10 Things You Should Know About Eden

Our modern world is inundated with advertisements telling us that a product we once liked is now “new and improved.” Our favorite things now taste better, smell better, or even drive better. But not every commercial is telling the truth … and sometimes these new product leave much to be desired. This week, we have […]

My Favorite Quotes From “Show Them Jesus”

What is the Bible? Many today think of it as a rulebook of does and don’ts. Others see it as a storybook to encourage children to be brave or kind. But the Bible is so much more than that. This week, Jack Klumpenhower joined us on the program and talked about how to preach the good […]

The Meaning of Work

In the last several years, we’ve seen record levels of unemployment. It even had a name: The Great Recession. Today, unemployment rates are much better, but most of us remember the recession well enough to know that just having a job is a gift. On the first Monday in September, many Americans will even celebrate […]

The Quiet Faith of John McCain

“Nothing in life is more liberating than to fight for a cause larger than yourself, something that encompasses you but is not defined by your existence alone.” Words of a leader. John McCain died last weekend only hours after announcing he was leaving his political career because of brain cancer. He spent thirty years in […]