Tag Archive for opinion

Sunday Evening Services: Helpful or Not Helpful?

“I Want to Be More than a Sunday-Go-To-Meeting-Christian,” says an old-time song. For many, that means we take pride in attending church every time the doors are open. Some church traditions have a mid-week service and others have a Sunday evening service, with many having both. These, of course, are in addition to the Sunday […]

Together for the Gospel: Northland & Southern

I was excited to hear recently that Northland International University (formerly Northland Baptist Bible College) was formally accepted by The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and will become Boyce College at Northland. Northland’s president, Daniel Patz and Southern’s president, Albert Mohler announced the news. See this link for a fuller story. The video below provides additional […]

Reformation Gems 7: Konrad Pellikan on the Gift of Faith

Reformation Gems are excerpts from selections contained in the Reformation Commentary on Scripture, a new commentary series from IVP which gathers the best Reformation-era comments on the text together all in one set. The volumes in this commentary series resurrect long-forgotten voices from the Reformation age and in so doing they recover the piety and […]

A Loving Life: In a World of Broken Relationships by Paul Miller

Book Details:   • Author: Paul E. Miller   • Category: Christian Living   • Book Publisher: Crossway (2014)   • Page Count: 172   • Audio Publisher: christianaudio (2014)   • Audio Length: 6 hours – unabridged   • Read by: Arthur Morey   • Format: audiobook   • ISBN: 9781433537325   • List Price: $12.99 / $14.98 (audio)   • Rating: Must Read Blurbs: “I’m not exaggerating when I say that this is the most […]

Northland, SBTS, and the Next Chapter for Fundamentalism

Northland International University (formerly Northland Baptist Bible College) just announced a formal partnership with The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. NIU President, Daniel Patz says this move will “energize our mission, and anchor our institutional stability for generations.” You can read some of Al Mohler’s comments on this partnership and learn more about […]