Jonathan Study Week 3 Now Available!

Ever been at the end of your tether, or lacking the emotional, physical, financial, or spiritual resources to serve the way you wish you could? This week is for you. [Click title to read more.]

A View On “Biblical Literacy”

The key to Biblical literacy is that all of us - even those who pass Biblical literacy quizzes with 100% scores - need to work on always knowing the Bible better, regardless of the amount of knowledge we currently possess. [Click title to read more.]

What The Open Door Means

The lingering image in the story of the concubine is a woman desperately trying to get inside. But the lingering image of the salvation story is the temple curtain torn in two from top to bottom. It was not enough for God merely to open the door for those who wanted in; He destroyed the door completely and annihilated the barriers keeping you out. [Click title to read more.]


The Glory Of The Gap In Understanding

In the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus prayed for believers He would never meet in the flesh, those scattered from country to country in a far distant future. I don't know all there is to know in the Bible and I won't ever fully grasp it, but Jesus anticipated that in the future we would discover precisely what we needed to learn to find Him. [Click title to read more.]

Read The Entire Bible, But Do It For The Right Reasons

What matters is that however we approach the Word, we're in it daily. Deeply. With great commitment and devotion. And that, over the course of our lives, we learn as much of it as we can as intimately as we can. [Click title to read more.]

My Greatest Fear For The Modern Church

In our modern age, with all of the things that there exist in this world for believers to sigh and fret over and fear, this is what I fear more than anything else: that the Church is losing the Word. That modern believers either do not have, or are not interested in, the opportunities for Scriptural knowledge and growth that I was able to have. [Click title to read more.]