So often, we think that those who have worldly wealth, possessions, and power are the important people in society. They dominate politics and the news, they are held up as the examples of what “everyone” should aspire to. But we […]
J. C. Ryle is always timely and quotable – especially now as we have been reflecting on the life, death, and resurrection of our Lord: “He never had any of the riches of this world. When he crossed the Sea […]
A struggle I’ve heard and encountered from many Christians over the years is that they aren’t sure how their secular job connects with their faith. How does being a garbage collector honor the Lord? How can being an elementary school […]
We live in politically volatile times – you can’t turn your head, flip a channel, or browse a website without coming across some sort of political debate. How, then, should faithful Christians respond to this political-minefield-world? I can’t think of […]
A powerfully true video: Read the story behind it here.
Sometimes, we make Bible study far too complicated – we act as if a person needs an entire theological library, computerized concordances, a working knowledge of the Greek and Hebrew, and a seminary degree just to understand the Scriptures. There […]
It’s not rocket science – a great video featuring D. A. Carson…
January 25th 2017: there will be no food pantry this morning due to the snowy/icy weather. Also, there will be no DiscipleQuest (DQ) tonight, since we follow Sioux City schools for cancellations. Have a safe day!
One way that we as a church can do a better job of communicating to the world around us to engage folks with truth on more levels than one. Good, Bible-proclaiming, Evangelical churches spend the bulk of their time engaging […]
Given that we spend huge amounts of our income on pets, hobbies, and fitness – what amount of money will you spend on your spiritual health in the year ahead? Take a few minutes to read this excellent – and […]