Tag: gospel

Sorrow and Sighing Will Flee Away

Missionaries labor on in hope that God can take a barren land, even one made barren by war and atrocity, and bring it back to life.

/ August 2, 2018

Are You Really Sharing the Gospel?

If we fail to call people to repent of the specific sins in their lives, we fail to truly share the Gospel.

/ May 25, 2018

Repentance That Goes Unanswered

Why does God seem silent in my repentance? What instruction might he have for me in Peter's denial?

/ May 11, 2018

The Secularization of Social Justice

Many Christians today either idolize social justice or demonize social justice. However, they do so because they often view social justice through a secular lens.

/ May 1, 2018

The Tale of Two Men

A retelling of the greatest story ever told focuses on two men at the center of the story: Adam and Jesus.

/ February 28, 2018

Radical Inclusivity Within the Church: A Story from the Margins

Personal reflections on Larry's journey to the gospel, to Reformed theology, and to the gospel again.

/ November 14, 2017

From Chinese Self-Deprecation And American Self-Confidence To Christian Self-Forgetfulness

Christian humility is much more than self-deprecation or mere honesty; it is self-forgetfulness in loving others to the glory of God.

/ August 21, 2017

The Gospel and Our Transgender Neighbors

What is the Christian starting point for conversations about transgenderism and transgender rights? The Gospel.

/ August 1, 2017

Chutzpah: A Strategy for the Disenfranchised

Chutzpah is the idea that the bottom of the barrel can contend with the top of the barrel, no matter how great the odds, and the bottom of the barrel can win.

/ July 20, 2017

Some Clarity and a Hope for More

An update on last week's article regarding Harry Reeder.

/ May 3, 2017