Too often some who profess Christ choose to backbite, devour, and destroy one another in our churches and on social media rather than love one another.
In my hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, the old saying “a house divided” emerges every year during basketball season. This phrase refers to the basketball rivalry between the University of Louisville … Continue reading
I realized it wasn’t the Church I despised. It was sin.
Many of us are freed up to engage politics in a “first-world” kind of way. But we ought not vote solely for our own interests, but also for the interests of others.
Louis and Thabiti continue their conversation about Thabiti’s recent apology to some evangelicals. Join us and as they say in some parts of North Carolina, “bring yo own mason jar”.
Several months ago Thabiti offered an apology over at The Gospel Coalition’s website. He has graciously agreed to c’mon up on the Porch and share how the Lord moved upon his heart to apologize. Take a listen and you will find out there’s more to an apology than mere words.
Sometimes justice works quietly, almost unnoticed, until it dawns.
Q, What do you think is the most painful thing in pastoral ministry? A. Seeing a long-time faithful brother or sister walk away from the Lord. Let’s talk about Holding On.
Aliens and Sojourners: Re-thinking Christian Political Identity and Loyalty (Session 22, Just Gospel 2019)
Thabiti Anyabwile (Anacostia River Church) moderates a discussion with Dr. Jonathan Leeman (9Marks Ministries) and Dr. Vincent Bacote (Wheaton College) about Christian identity and how it informs our political awareness … Continue reading
Pastor John Onwuchekwa of Cornerstone Church (Atlanta, GA) offers the morning exposition focused on Joseph’s forgiveness of his brothers in . ERROR: The IP key is no longer supported. Please … Continue reading
Kristie Anyabwile and Jamie Love lead a discussion with R. Christina Edmondson, Ekemini Uwan, and Judy Wu Dominick.