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.
Dr. Kevin Smith, Executive Director of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, examines addresses the responsibility of men to prevent the sexual and physical abuse of women. ERROR: The IP key … Continue reading
Thabiti Anyabwile (Anacostia River Church) leads a panel featuring Bobby Scott (Community of Faith Bible Church), Judy Wu Dominick (Life Reconsidered), and Jamie and Louis Love (New Life Fellowship) on … Continue reading
Pastor Bobby Scott (Community of Faith Bible Church) sketches a biblical outline of complementarian views of gender and roles in the church and home.
In my last post, we looked at the joy death brings for the Christian who dies trusting in the promises of Christ. But for those who remain here on earth, … Continue reading
Several years ago I wrote an article titled Pinch Hitter. I talked about a good man in the neighborhood who many of the kids loved and adored. Well today, I … Continue reading
As a mother, I fight a relentless battle of the flesh and spirit to not give in to fear but to trust the Lord’s care of my son.
Do men really matter when it comes to pregnancies? Fathers may be the single biggest factor in whether a child lives or dies in the womb.
Thabiti Anyabwile and Isaac Adams chop up on The Front Porch to begin a conversation about the movie Fences, its themes and characters. C’mon up and consider the theme of Fatherhood in this first post.
Here are five ways the Scriptures demonstrate the Lord’s blessings toward our senior saints and what we might learn from these blessings in order to be a blessing to them.
These stories are not just reminders of the past, but they are history as seen through one person’s eyes. They serve as encouragements to us that we might learn from them and walk in wisdom.
What are women in the church concerned with today? What are ways we can be praying for our sisters? How does context determine everyday struggles and the difficulty women see in the ministry?