Kim Bodenhamer suggests a way to read Nahum’s account of devastation by reading the larger context of other Minor Prophets.
05/30/2022 - By Kim Bodenhamer
“Micah was a country preacher … a ‘man of the soil'” who prophecied God’s discipline of his people and his desire for their love and loyalty.
05/24/2022 - By Dr. Kelvin J. Kelley
One hundred years after the famous sermon, Joshua Sharp explains the debate between modernists and fundamentalists, and its outcome.
05/23/2022 - By Joshua Sharp
Chris Legg—pastor and licensed professional counselor—describes three reasons churches and ministry leaders may not address mental health.
05/17/2022 - By Chris Legg
Cade Jarrell describes the not-so-subtle narrative of Jonah, a book whose truth boomerangs back on its subject—and its reader.
05/16/2022 - By Cade Jarrell
Wade Berry, pastor of Second Baptist Church in Ranger, shares four lessons he learned when his church building was destroyed by fire.
05/10/2022 - By Wade Berry
Joshua Sharp, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Orange, explains Obadiah’s significance for its original audience and readers today.
05/09/2022 - By Joshua Sharp
Zac Harrel works with a lot of small and rural churches, and sees reason for optimism in some current demographic changes.
05/04/2022 - By Zac Harrel
Dr. Tony Miranda describes “the migrant God” who came from heaven to make a better life, the salvation story to be shared with all.
05/03/2022 - By Dr. Tony Miranda
Amos, the blue-collar prophet, had an uncomfortable and urgent warning for the comfortable socialites of his day. It’s still applicable.
05/02/2022 - By Timothy Pierce
Christians can offer relationships and diverse skillsets needed to facilitate the successful reentry of formerly incarcerated individuals.
04/28/2022 - By Marcus Franklin
Ruth Cook celebrates her stepfather and gives thanks for other men and women who provide safety and security during turbulent times.
04/26/2022 - By Ruth Cook