Author Archives: Kevin DeYoung
There’s nothing like unwinding with a little Jeeves and Wooster after a four hour elder meeting to get the old egg cracking again, what?
Some old school Monday Morning Humor, but still one of my favorites.
Father, the hour has come; glorify thy Son in the Muslim world, and fulfill through him the prayer of Abraham thy friend, “O, that Ishmael might live before thee.”
Meekness is not about being a doormat. It’s about being dignified, even in the face of confusion, anxiety, and injustice.
Music has a voice but we’re not always clear what that voice is saying.
Wherever there is a consuming passion for anything that is not God there is the danger of idolatry.
Who thought this was remotely a good idea?
Which is still not as bad, or as funny, as this church mishap.
Preach your heart out this Sunday and leave the rest to God.
In our digital age of pervasive punditry, instant analysis, and perpetual outrage, surely the breach of the ninth commandment is one of our besetting sins.
The biggest difference between a small group that is spiritually, relationally, and biblically edifying and one that feels like an awkward waste of time is leadership.