Imagine the grace poured out on us when we least expected it, and the forgiveness extended to us when we least deserved it. Imagine it and emulate it. Continue reading how did Christ love the church?
The congregation converted a barn into a chapel in Omega, a village that no longer exists. But the church still exists. And thrives. Continue reading for you delighted in them
Covenant making is not merely about the symbolism of what we do here this afternoon. It is about substance. This is no mere contract that you make. Continue reading why marriage matters
Paul does not tell Titus what sound doctrine is, at least not at first. He begins by telling him what it will look like if people believe it. Continue reading teach faithful men
My dad loved India and part of why I’ve come is to see why. It becomes clearer every day. Continue reading A pilgrimage of my own
The warmth of hospitality we have received, and the sacrifices students and faculty have made for our comfort, is embarrassing. Continue reading an embarrassment of riches
There is no perfect church, only churches more or in some cases less dependent on God’s grace. But where He is welcomed He is working. Continue reading the biggest little church in the county