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  • Does Your Family Worship Together?

    This sponsored post was povided by Reformation Heritage Books, and written by Dr. Joel Beeke, contributor to the Family Worship Bible Guide, to illustrate the call and benefits of studying the Bible in the home each day. “Lead family worship with a firm, fatherly hand and a soft, penitent heart. Speak with hopeful solemnity. Expect…

  • Where You Abide Reveals What You Love

    This sponsored post was provided by Burke Care, and written by Cameron Woodall , which invites you to schedule care today with a certified biblical counselor. Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me – John 15:4 ESV…

  • Behold Wonderous Things

    This sponsored post was provided by Burke Care, and written by Jim Burke, which invites you to schedule care today with a certified biblical counselor. Open my eyes, that I might behold wonderous things out of your law. Psalm 119:18 Today, it is so easy for me to read this verse and conclude, “Oh, Father! You…

  • Announcing The Missionary Conference

    This week the blog is sponsored by The Missionary Conference (October 2024, Jacksonville, FL). Plan to attend it to hear from John Piper, Sinclair Ferguson, Kevin DeYoung, Conrad Mbewe, and many others.  There are many, many Christian conferences, all with varying values. Why another conference? And why put missions front and center? Here are four…

  • The Ten Commandments for Children

    This week the blog is sponsored by Reformed Free Publishing Association. This post is about their brand new picture book, The Ten Commandments for Children, written by Prof. Ron Cammenga and illustrated by Ana Sebastián. Jesus Christ is glorified when we obey Him. That is what Jesus meant when he told his disciples, “If you…

  • How Do You Enjoy Life At Its Very Best?

    This week the blog is sponsored by The Good Book Company, publisher of The Christian Manifesto by Alistair Begg. In the book, Alistair unpacks Jesus’ Sermon on the Plain from Luke 6, encouraging Christians to live a radically different life that upends the world’s values and philosophies. Readers will see that they are called to…

  • Our Obligation to Care for Widows

    Today’s post is sponsored by BJU Seminary and written by Stuart Scott, professor of biblical counseling and ACBC Fellow. BJU Seminary equips Christian leaders through an educational and ministry experience that is biblically shaped, theologically rich, historically significant, and evangelistically robust. God cares how we treat people because He Himself is gracious and kind to…

  • Would Paul Reject Biblical Counseling?

    This sponsored post was provided by Burke Care, and written by Cameron Woodall , which invites you to schedule care today with a certified biblical counselor. Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead –…

  • Are You Keeping Track of Your Church’s Culture?

    This week the blog is sponsored by The Gospel Coalition. You’re Not Crazy is a practical guide designed to help weary leaders renew their love for ministry by equipping them to build a gospel-centered culture into every aspect of their churches. They remind us that while we’re quick to assert what the gospel says, we’re…

  • Hate More and Kill Better

    Today’s post is sponsored by BJU Seminary and written by Renton Rathbun, who directs BJU’s Center for Biblical Worldview, contributes to the Seminary’s apologetics program, and speaks across the country on biblical worldview and apologetics. BJU Seminary equips Christian leaders through an educational and ministry experience that is biblically shaped, theologically rich, historically significant, and…

  • Are You Ready to Answer God’s Call?

    This week’s blog is sponsored by ShareWord Global, a movement of believers mobilizing local churches to join them in sharing the life-giving gospel of Jesus Christ through God’s Word, with the world around them. Since God spoke the world into existence, He had you in mind. You are part of why Christ came and broke…

  • Killing Sin Habits

    Today’s post is sponsored by BJU Seminary and written by Stuart Scott, professor of biblical counseling and ACBC Fellow. BJU Seminary equips Christian leaders through an educational and ministry experience that is biblically shaped, theologically rich, historically significant, and evangelistically robust. Ever since Adam ate of the tree in the garden, every man and woman…

  • Counsel for the Church: Following the Biblical Model for Invisible Pastors

    Today’s post is sponsored by BJU Seminary and written by Greg Stiekes, professor of New Testament and Theology. BJU Seminary equips Christian leaders through an educational and ministry experience that is biblically shaped, theologically rich, historically significant, and evangelistically robust. Christian authors who have an intriguing ability to take the pulse of the church and…

  • Progressive Christianity: What’s So Dangerous About It?

    This sponsored post was provided by Nelson Books and is adapted from Allen Parr’s book Misled: 7 Lies That Distort the Gospel (and How You Can Discern the Truth). The origins of progressive Christianity are complex. The movement embraces some aspects of liberal Christianity, which can be traced back to both Enlightenment-era rationalism and the…

  • A Journey into the Love of God

    This sponsored post was provided by Zondervan Reflective and is an excerpt from Heath Lambert’s book The Great Love of God. As I awoke from brain surgery and began the slow road of recovery, I immersed myself in the great love of God. I read the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation and paid careful…

  • What on Earth Is a Diatessaron?

    Today’s post is sponsored by P&R Publishing and written by P&R’s editorial director, Amanda Martin. I learned a new word last year, as I often do when talking to my dad. Diatessaron. Five syllables of majestic-sounding Greek. He said it with relish, which is exactly how such a word ought to be said. It was…

  • Who is the hero of your story?

    This sponsored post was provided by Burke Care which invites you to schedule care today with a certified biblical counselor. Bonnie Tyler had a way with words, “I need a hero I’m holding out for a hero ’til the end of the night He’s gotta be strong, and he’s gotta be fast And he’s gotta…

  • The Circle of Hope

    This week the blog is sponsored by Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF), a nonprofit seeking to “deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry.” Serving in the United States and 29 other countries, CHF seeks to help the local church reach suffering children and families in their communities with both physical…

  • A Believer’s Response to Poverty

    This week the blog is sponsored by Children’s Hunger Fund (CHF), a nonprofit seeking to “deliver hope to suffering children by equipping local churches for gospel-centered mercy ministry.” Serving in the United States and 29 other countries, CHF seeks to help the local church reach suffering children and families in their communities with both physical…

  • Sing Like Judy: Get Happy!

    This week the blog is sponsored by Crown and Covenant Publications, and the post is written by Nathan Eshelman, pastor of the Orlando Reformed Presbyterian Church in historic downtown Orlando, Florida. He is the author of two Grassmarket Press books: I Have a Confession: The What and Why of the Westminster Confession of Faith (2022)…