• Informal Mentoring by Alvin Reid

    Jimmy arrived at my house promptly at 8 a.m. to take me to the airport. He has often done this for me. Jimmy and his wife, Natalie, head overseas later this year as missionaries. He has been in a small …Read More

  • An Eternal Perspective: An Interview with Randy Alcorn by Randy Alcorn

    Tabletalk: How did you become a Christian, and how did you receive the call to ministry? Randy Alcorn: I grew up without Christ and without the church. When I was in high school, I attended a church to see a …Read More

  • The Disappearance of Heresy by Burk Parsons

    On October 29, 1929, the Roaring Twenties came to a screeching halt. The stock market crashed, sending these United States of America into the Great Depression, which in turn affected much of the industrialized world. On September 25, 1929, in …Read More

  • An Ordinary Girl of Extraordinary Faith by Simonetta Carr

    As sixteen-year-old Lady Jane Grey stood on the scaffold on a gray winter morning, she looked calmly out over the crowd of spectators. Then, mustering the strength she had asked God to provide, she spoke with such a poise and …Read More

  • A Sure Hope for the Future by R.C. Sproul

    I’ve spoken at more conferences than I can remember, and one of the highlights of these events is the book signing wherein attendees visit with the conference speakers and the speakers sign their books. These signings are a privilege because …Read More

  • The Anchor of Theology by Janet Mefferd

    Why aren’t Christian women interested in theology?” I often hear that question (usually from men), and I’m never sure how to answer. That’s likely because I can’t relate to the premise that Christian women aren’t interested in theology—the study of …Read More

  • The 13th Century by Nick Needham

    More traditionally minded Roman Catholics have seen the thirteenth century as the golden age of Roman Catholic civilization. Certainly it witnessed the papacy achieving the summit of its power over the politics and culture of Western Europe. THE REIGN OF …Read More

  • Trust and Obey by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    The KISS principle—Keep It Simple, Stupid—is itself a rather simple principle. It argues that when we find ourselves entangled in complex and complicated arguments, chances are we have already left the proper playing field. While, for instance, the gospel is …Read More

  • The Blessing of God’s Discipline by J. Mark Beach

    Parents see the benefits of discipline more easily than their children. When I was a child, I never quite bought the idea that I was being punished because my parents loved me. I just didn’t size it up that way. …Read More

  • Love by Submission by Phil Johnson

    Ephesians 5:21 poses a conundrum: Paul commends Spirit-filled Christians for “submitting to one another.” Isolate the verse from its context, and it almost sounds as if the Apostle teaches a kind of mutual, universal submission, without regard to any structured …Read More

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