• Jack Graham
    The Christian life is not to be lived in spurts and jumps and stops and starts, but it is to be lived like a racer running to the finish line—steady and constant.
  • Philip Nation
    The question of "Why are we supposed to make disciples?" clues us in on the fact that we already know one of the great purposes of the church. It is simply a matter of understanding the reason behind it and following through. So why should we do it?
  • J. Vernon McGee
    The carnal Christian is a babe in Christ; he doesn’t understand the Word of God at all and doesn’t have much of a heart for that.
  • Greg Laurie
    It has been said that he has the most need of righteousness who least wants it. In other words, if you think, I am really doing well. I don't really know that I need more righteousness, then you are in greater need than you realize.
  • Matthew Harmon
    The New Testament uses clothing imagery to describe three different, but closely related, aspects of our relationship with God.
  • Charles Stanley
    It’s time we stop thinking in terms of a “Sunday only” establishment. The church is not a place or a time; it is a body of believers, each one uniquely gifted by God to guide, help, challenge, and support the rest.
  • Charles Stanley
    Christians generally associate faith with their salvation experience, and rightly so. But that's not the end.
  • Charles Stanley
    At the cross, the penalty for transgression was paid in full, and sin’s power over us was broken. Nevertheless, we still struggle with ungodliness in our lives. So how can we avoid behaviors that lead to divine discipline?
  • Tullian Tchividjian
    I’ve made the point before that regardless of how well I think I’m doing in the sanctification project or how much progress I think I’ve made since I first became a Christian, like Paul in Romans 7, when God’s perfect law becomes the standard and not “how much I’ve improved over the years”, I realize that I’m a lot worse than I fancy myself to be.
  • Charles Stanley
    Meditation is still crucial for believers today. In our culture, we are inundated by worldly values and godless priorities. Unless we guard our hearts, they will slowly begin to accept these unrighteous standards.