12 Books I’m Looking Forward To in 2017

A new year is upon us, and if you know me, that means new books are coming (It's like every month is Christmas!). Some people look forward to the Hollywood blockbusters, but I find myself at the year looking at future catalogs and anticipating what's to come for my shelves. This year, my "major reading"… Continue reading 12 Books I’m Looking Forward To in 2017


Help in Unbelief

You may not readily admit it, but you've been there with me. The ever-irksome foe named Doubt darkens your door of faith, casting a shadow over everything you have believed for much of your life. Paralyzed by the fear of what this might do to your relationship with God, and to top it off, your reputation with those… Continue reading Help in Unbelief

The Sovereignty of God in History

I believe that God can and will bring good out of evil, even out of the greatest evil. For that purpose he needs men who make the best use of everything. I believe that God will give us all the strength we need to help us to resist in all time of distress. But he… Continue reading The Sovereignty of God in History

A Faithless Israel, A Faithful God

“If a man divorces his wife and she goes from him and becomes another man's wife, will he return to her? Would not that land be greatly polluted? You have played the whore with many lovers; and would you return to me? declares the LORD. Lift up your eyes to the bare heights, and see!… Continue reading A Faithless Israel, A Faithful God

Where Females Should Lead

Recently our life group was having some discussion about leadership in the workplace. We watched a few testimonial videos of business owners who try to implement working to the glory of God into their workplaces, and leading their people well. During our time talking about how these spiritual matters find their way into our practical… Continue reading Where Females Should Lead

Book Review: How To Be An Atheist: Why Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough (Mitch Stokes)

As Christians, it is difficult to sometimes know how to move the ball forward in terms of proving the existence of God among skeptical culture. We feel that in order to defend God against atheists and agnostics, we must be well-versed in the areas of science and philosophy going into these arguments. But not only… Continue reading Book Review: How To Be An Atheist: Why Skeptics Aren’t Skeptical Enough (Mitch Stokes)

Book Review: Portraits of Faith (Joel R. Beeke)

The average Bible study analyzing biblical examples of faith would normally turn with rapidity to Hebrews 11. It's the "Hall of Faith," and rightfully so, there are plenty of great examples there. But what if we can learn the beauty, the extraordinariness, the profundity of Christian faith from chapters like Genesis 3, 2 Kings 4, Matthew… Continue reading Book Review: Portraits of Faith (Joel R. Beeke)

What Submission is Not

A common, but often quiet difficulty in the Christian life is discerning how to have an appropriate response when faced with difficult circumstances or afflictions. When we read Scripture, we may sometimes get the sense that submitting to God's will in light of persecution came easy to apostles like Paul. But is this true?  We need… Continue reading What Submission is Not