Louis Love discusses how preaching through the book of Romans confronted him, a former Arminian, with the different doctrines of grace.
Jahill Richards came up on The Front Porch once and shared a sermon that entailed his testimony. He stopped by again to drop his testimony in a shorter, punchier fashion through … Continue reading
Deborah Peters, a 15-year-old Nigerian girl, shares a powerful testimony.
His mother was on one side yanking his arm. His father was on the other side yanking his arm. Both were yelling to him, “choose who you want to be … Continue reading
“According to the Washington Times, 15 million children in the U.S. are being raised without fathers this year.” This is a breathtaking statistic. It almost causes one to read by it quickly so as not to feel its chilling effect or consider its far reaching implications…
The Jubilee Urban Leadership Initiative is an urban leadership development program/internship, which seeks to provide sound theological training, character development, and assessment of calling and gifting for urban, multi-ethnic leaders in the context of … Continue reading
What does a German monk nailing a long list of complaints on a church door have to do with an African-American ministering in a small, international Caribbean island? Luther’s world … Continue reading
With the announcement of Oxygen’s new Fall show, “Preachers of L.A.”, the internet erupted with the expected controversy over the show. “Preachers of L.A.” features five mega-church pastors who grant … Continue reading
From John Piper to Tony Carter, Louis Love talks about who most greatly influenced his theology.
Thabiti Anyabwile, a former Muslim, talks about his first encounters with the different doctrines of grace, and how the Lord dropped breadcrumbs for him to follow.