A Ph.D. student in theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Winston Hottman is also co-founder of the Center for Baptist Renewal. Currently, he serves as Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Criswell College in Dallas, Texas, where he lives with his wife and three children.
The story of the three wise men bearing gifts for baby Jesus is a familiar one. But the legendary trio are about far more than a good Christmas tale
Contemporary culture tends to celebrate faith as belief against all odds or despite the absence of evidence. But this is a distortion of the truth
Psalm 133 tells believers how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell in unity. This five-act 'play' will help bring the truth of that verse home
When the “pain of searing loss” bears down, let us remember that victory is ours, because He chose to identify with our suffering — and won the war
The Samaritan’s vision of the ultimate gift wasn’t obscured amidst the unwrapping of the ‘lesser gifts’ — a perception we often miss out on
Although Jesus had healed instantly before, His delay in the case of the 10 lepers offers a lesson that's a paradigm for our own lives
The powerful ability of wealth to mimic the blessings of God’s promises can make the rich short-sighted about their ultimate investment
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