“Tell the Big Guy, ‘Hey,’ when you get up there.” Probably not the encouragement I needed while I struggled through chemo and kidney disease. We’ll give my well-meaning visitor a mulligan for trying.
The Village Blog
This week, we address the following questions: Are those who preach the prosperity gospel false teachers? What is the difference between the prosperity gospel and when Scripture talks about God blessing those who are generous and who give? Why do you think there has been a recent trend away from the poverty gospel? That seemed like a popular movement 5-10 years ago. I understand some of ...
Religion has become like a chubby seventh-grader lately. Every day it’s getting “pantsed” in the locker room of ideas, never to be seen the same way again.
Some books demand to be noticed. Everywhere you go, you see them in a bookstore window, on the required reading table, on the top-selling Kindle titles or being made into a newly-minted major motion picture.
This week, we address the following questions: Where do you find Edwards’ article about grace made visible online? How would you explain the Trinity to a nonbeliever? Do you ever second-guess something you’ve said during counseling, preaching or something written in your books or tweets? How do you combat the enemy? How do you think social media affects how nonbelievers view ...
What should generosity look like in the life of the believer? The people of God learn what it means to be generous from God, for He has a generous heart. God is not stingy or reluctant in His giving. He loves to give and is happy to bless. He takes great delight in providing for His children.
As the Plano campus prepares to launch, we would love for you to join us in praying for the Lord to do mighty things in the city of Plano, both through our campus and in the lives of the men and women we will meet. Whether you plan to attend the Plano campus or not, you can participate in its launch by praying with us and for us.
In Habakkuk chapter 3, we find a prayer that is 19 verses in length. For 16 verses, Habakkuk remembers God’s past faithfulness to deliver Israel from her enemies. In the final three verses, he rejoices over God’s strength and majesty.