This is beautiful: “It is a blessing to my heart to know that this father in the faith is storming heaven on my behalf day by day, that I need only to drop him a note with a particular request and he is sure to take it to the Lord.” Don’t we all want a praying man or woman in our lives?
Douglas Groothuis writes movingly about his wife’s dementia and his deep struggles in and through it.
Brian Croft says (rightly no doubt) that prayer is the most commonly neglected pastoral priority. “Ironically, a pastor can be so busy caring for his people that he never makes time to stop and pray for them.”
Lore shares eight important lessons she has learned along the way.
This Day in 1978. Today marks 37 years since the New International Version (NIV) Bible was first published. *
I love these articles. In this one Bill Mounce asks whether it is okay to translate a Greek word with an English punctuation mark.
Southern Seminary: “Enjoy this brief glance into the life of Southern Seminary Alumnus, Texas Pastor John Powell, who’s learned how to be both a cowboy and a shepherd.”
Always and everywhere the servants of Christ are under orders to evangelize.—J.I. Packer