Untransformed Christians

Christians Conforming Rather Than Transforming — A.W. Tozer “Religion today is not transforming people; rather it is being transformed by the people. It is not raising the moral level of society; it is descending to society’s own level, and congratulating itself that it has scored a victory because society is smilingly accepting its surrender.” – … More Untransformed Christians

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A Story About the Church that Should Break Your Heart

Thabiti Anyabwile is an African-American pastor, former Muslim, and a wise and truly biblical thinker for our age. God has raised him up and is using him to help the Church in America think rightly about itself.  In his 2008 book published by Crossway Books under the title What is a Healthy Church Member? he begins … More A Story About the Church that Should Break Your Heart

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Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

Here’s a great article on the Lord’s Supper from Kevin DeYoung (link in blue below). Whether you celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week, or once a month or once a quarter, it is a good thing to give significant thought and prayer to the next time so that we will not do what the Corinthian church did … More Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

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Five Things Athletes Know that Christians Don’t

Tuesday is for Thinking Athletes are different. Exercise, strenuous exercise is a driving passion in their lives. They love it. And whether they are elite athletes being paid high sums of money or weekend competitors trying to stay active there are certain things that “they get.” Exercise, strenuous exercise is a driving passion in their … More Five Things Athletes Know that Christians Don’t

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The Thinness of Evangelical Reflection in our Age

The following quote [in blue] is from A.W. Tozer and was written 50 years ago. It might have been written yesterday. Our culture is shallow and getting shallower. If we truly want to grow in the “grace and knowledge of Christ” (2 Peter 3:18), to grow in our intimacy with Christ–like a garden–we need space, … More The Thinness of Evangelical Reflection in our Age

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