Two battles waged yesterday. One was fought in a venerable chamber that for over two-hundred years has been inhabited by political giants like Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and Lyndon B. Johnson. The media reported. Twitter followed the action move-by-move. We held our breath, hoping that we might see a great blow dealt against the murder machine […]
Give out all that is in you, and if you are faithful to yourself, and faithful up to the end, you may be sure of attaining the perfection of your work—your wok, I say, the work that God expects from you and that corresponds to His graces, interior and exterior. At that moment you will […]
When I read this story in Southern Seminary magazine, I was challenged and encouraged to be faithful in sharing my faith. This is a beautiful story of a missionary and young churches who are facing incredible challenges but nevertheless shine the light of the gospel. This particular movement has powerfully demonstrated how it is possible, […]
I’m thankful for my friends at Crossings for choosing to highlight Steven Kunkel’s story this year at camp. In the past year, Steven has become a personal friend, and I know his story will touch the lives of many middle and high schoolers this summer.