A look at what we added to the blog in 2018, the most popular podcasts of the year and the all-time favorites.
Archives for 2018
Have you decided to read through the Bible as one of your New Year’s Resolutions? Here’s a great selection of updated plans to help you keep that resolution.
Wishing you an “exceptionally good Christmas” and the true joy of the season that only the peace of God in hearts can bring.
What Luke 10:38-42 teaches us about how to have a “Mary” Christmas.
Continuing his warnings about the false teachers, Peter uses of Balaam from Numbers 22-24. Like Balaam, the false teachers are profiting from causing the people of God to stumble.
If Christmas gift-giving feels like an annual performance review that you fail each year, consider adopting these 5 resolutions.
In the third major interpretative challenge of 2 Peter 2, we tackle the questions of who are the glorious ones, why would they be reviled and what does Peter want us to learn from this example?
There’s nothing like the Christmas season to force you to face the fact that life is often neither joyful nor triumphant. It raises the question, what is the true meaning of Christmas? Listen to these MP3s to get you in the Christmas spirit.
The coming judgment of God is not a popular topic today. We prefer to emphasize God’s love instead. Yet Peter thought judgment was important enough to include in his final letter, so that would remember it long after he is gone.
Bible Study software has made biblical Greek more accessible for those who never learned the language. Now with 1 click you can access the Greek word and its conjugation but what are you looking at? Here’s a helpful primer on Greek verbs.