Category Archives: Quotes of the Week
N. T. Wright’s speech at Humanum this week is a masterful exposition of biblical theology.
Matt Chandler on ministry and suffering, and how God is the hero of the story – not us. This is powerful.
To have a marriage that sings requires a Spirit-created ability to serve, to take yourself out of the center, to put the needs of others ahead of your own.
We now know that telling writers to avoid the passive is bad advice. The passive construction has a number of indispensable functions because of the way it engages a reader’s attention and memory.
By God’s grace, through the death and resurrection of Jesus, believers are assured of “every spiritual blessing in Christ”
One of my favorite run-on sentences ever. From John Stott…
A quote from Cyprian.
This letter is a beautiful testament to God’s grace in the midst of suffering.
Jesus was not merely present in the world, but far, far more. He was intensely active.
Jesus sends us “as sheep among wolves.” And He expects us to prevail.