Steven Harris puts liberation theology in conversation with biblical theology to help us think about how Christians should respond in the midst of terrible suffering.
Steven Harris puts biblical theology in conversation with liberation theology in the hopes that pastors can respond faithfully.
In light of many Christians’ obsession with the “miraculous” spiritual gifts, Phil Duncanson comes up on The Front Porch to remind us of the array of spiritual gifts God has given the church. None of these gifts are boring. Why? C’mon up on the porch and let us know what you think.
At the New Life Conference, Anthony Carter preached on to show that Joseph, a ruler highly favored and a redeemer highly gracious, was a type of Christ. This was the … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Ken Jones preached on , and he focused on 49:8-12. From the text, he showed how 1) although his actions are wicked, Judah is a covenant child … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Thabiti Anyabwile preached on to show that 1) the life of faith is a going life 2) the life of faith is a great life and 3) the life … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Ken Jones preached on the flood () to show its relation to 1) the manifestation of God’s holy and immutable hatred 2) the contaminating and corrupting … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Thabiti Anyabwile preached on . He specifically looked at six things: 1) The Serpent 2) The Sayings Exchanged 3) Sight 4) Sound 5) Sentencing and 6) … Continue reading
At the New Life Conference, Anthony Carter preached on Genesis 2:4-25 to show that creation is 1) God’s power displayed, 2) God’s beauty portrayed, and 3) Creation is intelligently made. C’mon up and enjoy the talk.
For twelve years now, the Lord has allowed New Life Fellowship Church in Vernon Hills, IL to host an annual Bible conference. The conferences focuses on exposition of the Scripture. … Continue reading
You might be a young brother wondering where you should get trained for ministry. Maybe you’re a seasoned pastor, but you feel led to pursue formal education. If you’re anywhere in between, … Continue reading