I highly recommend this book, and hope that many parents I know will buy it and read it. I want to offer some reflection that I hope will either provoke others to read the book for themselves, or at least share some of the more practical takeaways for us. So, this will not be a ‘book review,’ but rather a brief summary of the 4 most practical points of application that Erin and I have already begun to put into practice in our home.
The term worldview can be intimidating, but it really shouldn’t be. In fact, the term describes one of the most
One of the glorious truths of the gospel is that God is long-suffering in his love and mercy for his creation. That patience is meant to lead sinners to repentance and reconciliation with God, himself. That patience definitely does not communicate that God overlooks sin or has allowed us to define what is sin and what is not.
Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the
The internet sure proved to be a strange place yesterday, didn’t it!? Llamas and a dress temporarily took all of
Would you like a simple litmus test to use to help you determine the Scriptural truthfulness/validity of doctrinal or theological
If you didn’t get a chance to see the Coca-Cola ad from last night’s SuperBowl, you can watch it below.
Our family had the awesome opportunity to see Rend Collective in concert this past Friday night. I have wanted to see
In light of the coming flood of judgment thousands of years ago, God provided a means of salvation. He commanded
In Genesis 3 we find the story of The Fall. We see a character enter the creation named Satan who takes