Are You Broken Yet?

On the 11th of November 1793, a Danish cargo ship, the Kron Princessa Maria docked in Calcutta. Amongst its passengers was a 32-year-old cobbler-cum-Baptist pastor from the East Midlands by the name of William Carey. Few could have foreseen the immense contribution this man would make to the spiritual life of the land he wouldContinue reading “Are You Broken Yet?”

Religious Freedom Demands We Defend Everyone

For Christians, the rule should be something like this: Protect other people’s religious liberty as you would like your religious liberty to be protected. Many believers will celebrate today because the Supreme Court ruled in Fulton v. Philadelphia that Catholic Social Services in Philadelphia should be able to continue operating according to its religious principlesContinue reading “Religious Freedom Demands We Defend Everyone”

A Nurse Asks If She Should Witness to a Dying Unbeliever

In my experience as a nurse, very few dying patients are clearly believers. In that light, I battled intense anxiety knowing that I was likely the last Christian they would ever come into contact with on this side of eternity, hours or minutes from an eternal hell. This raised all sorts of questions for me.Continue reading “A Nurse Asks If She Should Witness to a Dying Unbeliever”

Reaching the Next Generation

“How pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity” (Psalm 133:1). Paul also calls for faithful Christian churches to imitate the Trinitarian Godhead of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by encouraging unity within their memberships (Ephesians 2:19-22). The church not only reflects Christ, but also the culture in which it exists. Today,Continue reading “Reaching the Next Generation”