God became flesh and lived among the men and women of first century Israel. But liars in the church denied Christ’s humanity. Why would they do that?
The population of the U.S. is aging. The church is turning gray, too. As we get older, we tend to wonder if we have outlived our usefulness. Why doesn’t God just take us? The story of the prophetess Anna gives us an uplifting answer.
Jeremiah denounced the men of his day who gave the rebellious people of Judah false hope. What do these false prophets have in common with the false teachers of our own time?
The year 2020 lies ahead of us like a fresh blanket of untrampled snow. But are we already spoiling its beauty by dragging along the rotting corpse of past resentment?
The Bible says a lot about false teaching. But sometimes we confuse our own opinions about this issue for what the scriptures explicitly say.
In his letter to the Philippians, Paul give thanks for his dear friends in the church. As the preaching minister at Seagoville, I strongly identify with his prayer.
Ruth did not have to follow her family to the land of Moab, she chose to. God does not force us to devote our lives to him, we have the ability to chose.
I am not going to give you new years resolutions, my goal is to give you a Christian roadmap to making 2020 the best year you’ve ever had.
In Psalm 8, David marvels at God’s majestic power displayed in creation. The vast heavens make him feel so insignificant. But is it true that men and women are too small to matter?
The story of Christ’s conception and birth becomes familiar even in the Sunday school nursery. But as we mature, we wonder why Jesus was born.