“Now may the God of peace, who brought up from the dead our Lord Jesus—the great Shepherd of the sheep through the blood of the everlasting covenant, equip you with everything good to do his will, working in us what is pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. […]
On June 11, as we begin a new sermon series, Redeemer Church will be moving to the Christian Standard Bible (CSB) as our primary translation. Our RedeemerKids curriculum already uses the CSB, and on June 11 our sermons will as well. After months of review and consideration, the elders have enjoyed the CSB’s faithfulness and […]
Is it wrong for me to binge watch Netflix? What about putting my kids on a select soccer team that plays on Sunday mornings? Am I spending too much time at the gym? The Bible doesn’t have specific answers for these kinds of questions. But this doesn’t mean the Bible doesn’t have something specific to […]
Abraham, Noah, Moses, and the saints of old walked forward with God in head-scratching obedience. Noah builds an ancient Titanic. Abraham logs more steps than a Fitbit can handle. Moses stood up to a political superpower. How? By faith. Hebrews 11—The Hall of Faith—catalogs for us the ways our biblical ancestors lived by faith with […]
“Let us make a name for ourselves” (Genesis 11:4). This is my confession. I’ve dabbled and stumbled into the sin of self-importance, ego, vain glory, and tooting my own rusty horn. I’ve wished for a platform—not a soapbox on my corner of the web. Who doesn’t want to be noticed? Who doesn’t want their peers […]
“It is impossible for God to lie” (Hebrews 6:18 CSB).
No politics. No policy talk. This is about people; this is personal. Specifically, I’m writing about you. If you are a Christian, you are a refugee. You Are A Refugee Hebrews reminds us of our refugee status: “We who have fled for refuge might have strong encouragement to seize the hope set before us” (Heb. […]
Don Whitney, a good friend and a godly man, answers.
Two college sophomores, drinking almond milk chai lattes, encouraging each other, bearing each other’s burdens, and then it happens. “You know what I did? I just had to learn to let go and let God.” Her friend nods in agreement while sipping, and adds, “You are so right. I need to let go and just, […]