How can we best help children to subdivide their grey matter for Christ? Today’s kids are bombarded with more information than any previous generation; will their minds be mapping the truth of Christ or building neural pathways to secular wisdom?
My natural self wants to be independent and self-sufficient; not only is that impossible, it’s also stubbornly prideful.
The trouble with familiar passages of Scripture is that you stop reading them because you think you know what they say.
There are a host of women in the Bible who experienced horrible things before their lives improved.
We profess that all our sins are forgiven if we truly repent and place our trust in Jesus. So then why does Jesus exhort us to ask our Father in heaven to “forgive us our debts”?
The incarnation is both a simple doctrine to summarize and a very complicated doctrine to explain.
Video: Ian Carmichael, Matthias Media's CEO, explains why he's still at Matthias Media and encourages us all to join him in supporting its ministry in three practical ways.
When we compare ourselves to other people we fall into two big problems: comparing down, and comparing up.
An excerpt from Captivated by Christ, a devotional guide to reading the book of Colossians.
The risen Jesus proclaimed that all authority had been given to him. Of course all authority belonged to Jesus—he had just conquered death! But Matthew tells us that, while some worshipped, others doubted.