I had the opportunity to chat recently with Dr. K. Scott Oliphint on the topic of defending and commending the Christian Faith. Scott has written several excellent books… Read more “Anchorline Podcast, Episode 003: Dr. K. Scott Oliphint “Defending and Commending the Christian Faith””
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I was recently privileged to have a discussion with Gloria Furman on the topic of raising God-fearing kids in a God-hating society. Gloria has written some excellent… Read more “Anchorline Podcast, Episode 002: Gloria Furman “Raising God-Fearing Kids In a God-Hating Society””
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This is it, folks! The very first episode of the Anchorline Podcast. It’s a privilege to have as the first guest Pastor Jeff Durbin from Apologia Church… Read more “Anchorline Podcast, Episode 001: Jeff Durbin “How to Not Be a Jerk When Sharing the Gospel””
Have you had any opportunities recently to lead someone to Christ? I bet you’ve had more than you realize. Probably even today. Most of us have daily opportunities to show the love of Christ with the broadest diversity of people we could imagine.
Pastors have one of the most difficult jobs in the world. When I served in full-time vocational ministry, a slow week was easily 60 hours of work. I’d like to give you a GPS system for loving your pastor well…
And so I found myself in a bit of an odd place. My friends and family are well-versed in the reasons I did not, and urged others not to, vote for Mr. Trump. And yet, as I did with President Obama before him, I feel compelled to show a high degree of respect for the office and the man that God has raised to this position.
I get it. I do. There’s a certain kind of high you get. Some prolific Christian speaker is a complete mess theologically, but for some reason, their… Read more “One of These Things Is Not Like the Other”
We Reformed Christians sometimes tend to be a contentious lot. It begins often with our embracing the Doctrines of Grace and subsequently feeling gipped by our former… Read more “What Happens After the Cage Stage?”