||Article|| Should we see God’s hand of judgement in COVID-19? The experience of John Owen in the later 1660s suggests we should be cautious about doing so.
Christians in high places can do a lot of good for God’s kingdom, but they can also do a lot of damage. There is a risk that Christians in places of power end up becoming a liability to the gospel.
Two subtle but significantly different ways we can approach scripture.
I have wondered if the way we practice church gatherings is too attendance-based to prompt much opportunity for meaningful fellowship and mutual love.
Some words from the past that offer a helpful perspective on the issue of supposedly ‘boring’ testimonies…
The grace of God not only saves, it also transforms.
John Owen’s three books on sin in believers are deep and practical. They are well worth the effort of reading.
This pastoral passage was first written for LRBC on February 15 2015. In last week’s Bible study with […]