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The scandal of the Incarnation

January 2, 2022  - By Garrett Haley

The Incarnation is like a multi-faceted diamond; you could spend many lifetimes pondering over its depth and beauty and meaning

How can we, practically, have victory over sin?

July 28, 2020  - By Tobin Mattackal

As Christians, we celebrate that Christ sets us free from sin. So, why do we still struggle to defeat its power in the choices we make every day?

What does 2 Corinthians 12:9 mean?

May 26, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

We're often told how God's grace is sufficient for us in our weakness. But what does being perfected through affliction really mean?

Fixing our eyes on the unseen

May 6, 2020  - By Ethan Merck

When change is the only constant, where can we find rest for our souls and compensation for our inadequacies in the face of hardship and loss?

How can God condemn homosexuals born that way?

April 14, 2020  - By Charles Mathew

A reader asks if people can be held responsible for being born into this world with specific sinful tendencies. Can our innate desires be held against us?

Christ the sure and steady anchor

December 19, 2019  - By Darren Stanly

The trials we endure in this life are not the end of the story — only a means to something much greater: the promised glory

The basics of church discipline – Part 2

September 13, 2019  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

How to ensure the goal of this ministry is not to feed self-righteous pride, but to restore a sinning believer to holiness

What are you living for?

July 24, 2019  - By Leni B

Why the life of one who is redeemed cannot be lived by one’s own leading or for his own pleasure

Christian, do you deny yourself?

May 29, 2019  - By Tobin Mattackal

By nature, we are given to being the lords of our own lives. But ‘vetoing’ our desires for His is not a mere alternative — it’s a command

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