An overview of the four gospels and an introduction to the Gospel of Mark, which we will be working through in Line by Line
In the end, our aim in prayer should be to get more of God rather than getting more stuff from God, to seek God’s face instead of his hands.
Celebrating the Lord's Supper weekly helps us taste and see the goodness of the Lord and his gospel every time we gather as a church.
Jesus Christ is at the center of God's gospel because he is God's eternal Son now enthroned as the risen King.
The voice of the Lord not only thunders in judgment but also comes to us in grace and truth—in the person of Jesus Christ.
Isaiah 25 assures us that, for those who die in the Lord, our blessed hope is feasting forever with our Savior and King.
The knowledge of the triune God is not meant to merely satisfy our curiosity but cause us to love and enjoy him more.
A paper exploring the relationship between our justification by faith and the future judgment of works.
In light of the New Testament's emphasis on Jesus's death by crucifixion, the question we must ask is, "Why the cross of Christ?"