John Sypert completed his M.Div and Th.M from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and received his Ph.D in Theology and Apologetics from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He currently serves as pastor at Preston Highlands Baptist Church, Dallas, where he lives with his wife and two sons.
Jesus did not enter the world as a baby. He entered the world as a tiny embryo. Have we stopped to ponder the significance of that?
Whether we eat or drink—or die—we are called to it all for the glory of God. Here’s Martin Luther’s example on dying well
The Bible is not explicit in recommending an extended period of rest for leadership, so this is a matter of prudence, not obedience
Why it’s of utmost importance that our inner voice be governed by what God says is right and wrong, not culture or society
Giving can be hard. We're more given to supplying our own needs than with helping others. Generosity, however, can show that we are right with God
What do we have to look forward to after the Winter of this life? According to the promise of the gospel, everything — but most of all, resurrection
The church's approach to sexual brokenness can end up pushing people away if we only focus on the sin at the expense of the whole picture
God the Son is holy and supremely ruling over all things. The best part? There aren’t any hoops you have to jump through to be with Him
Have you considered the full depth of meaning that Christ’s coming into the world has for us? He helps us see clearly what we could only see dimly in the OT
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