The lack of shared experience only further magnifies the power and sufficiency of God’s Word to change hearts and lives.
As believers, we should be truthful and sincere, gentle and graceful, in our speech, both in daily conversations and on social media.
There is no surer sign that you have lost sight of the greatness of God than when you begin to grumble.
Despite his brevity, this minor prophet teaches us about God’s answers to life’s most difficult questions.
What shall we do when our past sins accuse, question, and taunt our present state of justification?
The story of our children who have died has just begun. The Bible gives us a different hope.
Christlike attitude isn’t automatic. We need to train ourselves in righteousness.
Check out these podcast episodes—a biblical perspective on the various mental health topics.
Everything we do is shaped by habits. But how do we form habits that aim at biblical change and the glory of God?
Experience in counseling is a great thing, but it can lead to complacency in handling the Word of God.
Growth in sanctification requires patience. Healthy relationships are marked by accountability, grace, and long-suffering.
Christ’s final words speak to us great wisdom not to be overlooked or neglected in our counseling to the sinner, saint and sufferer.