Where Can I Worship the Lord?

The Issue of Worship Location An exposition of John 4. Christian Worship Still Happens on Lockdown With the arrival of COVID-19 and worldwide lockdown orders, every single religion on the planet has faced restrictions and issues.  The adherents of these religions have been unable to follow through on the sacred ordinances of their “faiths.”  MuslimsContinue reading “Where Can I Worship the Lord?”

Theological Aggregation: 2022 Reading Challenge

Every year, Tim Challies compiles a Christian Reading Challenge for the upcoming year and 2022 will be no different. Yesterday, on his blog, he posted the list for the 2022 Christian Reading Challenge and you can find the fullness of the details for the challenge there including cool graphics and charts. Additionally, you can alwaysContinue reading “Theological Aggregation: 2022 Reading Challenge”

The Great Commission as a Theological Endeavor

Every carefully crafted sermon has impact on the preacher and the listeners. We all have that list of “top” sermons that the Lord has used to change, convict, and make a lasting impact on us. Today, on Mission-Minded Monday, I wanted to share a sermon from Paul Washer on the Great Commission. This sermon, preachedContinue reading “The Great Commission as a Theological Endeavor”

Restoring the Awe and Wonder of Pentecost

The Word of God is a gift, given and preserved by our Lord, inspired by the Holy Spirit, through the writings of faithful men, and faithfully translated over the centuries with fantastic accuracy. The truths within though, fall prey to our fleshly desires and one frequent result is the loss of awe and wonder. EveryContinue reading “Restoring the Awe and Wonder of Pentecost”

The Great Commission and the Christian

Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Missions exists because worship doesn’t. John Piper The Great Commission is a simple command:  advance the kingdom of God to all peoples that He may be worshiped as He rightly deserves.  While not all are called to be missionaries and pastors in the field,Continue reading “The Great Commission and the Christian”

Theological Aggregation–Week of December 12th, 2021

Let us rejoice and be glad in the day that the Lord has made! May He give you grace, peace, and strength for today. Every week, Theological Aggregation will bring content from around the internet for your consideration. The content will include, but not be limited to, impactful blog posts, new books, intriguing videos, sermonContinue reading “Theological Aggregation–Week of December 12th, 2021”

Your Child’s Love Is Precious

There is great difficulty in getting someone to understand that their own standards are unattainable for their co-workers.  The optimistic side to that is that the individual is full of passion, is detail-oriented, and has high standards for their area of charge. However the negative can be a creation of an environment where they areContinue reading “Your Child’s Love Is Precious”

A Life of Successful Suffering

“It was Brainerd’s holy life that influenced Henry Martyn to become a missionary and was a prime factor in William Carey’s inspiration.  Carey in turn, moved Adoniram Judson.  And so we trace the spiritual lineage from step to step—Hus, Wycliffe, Francke, Zinzendorf, the Wesleys and Whitefield, Brainerd, Edwards, Carey, Judson, and ever onward in theContinue reading “A Life of Successful Suffering”

Mission-Minded Monday

Facing a task unfinished That drives us to our knees A need that, undiminished Rebukes our slothful ease We, who rejoice to know Thee Renew before Thy throne The solemn pledge we owe Thee To go and make Thee known “Facing a task unfinished” by Keith and Kristyn Getty The Christian stands redeemed, justified, andContinue reading “Mission-Minded Monday”