This article discusses one approach to memorizing books of the Bible, and how to retain them in memory.
This article explains how it can happen that someone regards their devotional life over time as more of a burden than a blessing, with the end result that their life collapses into a sinkhole of sin. It stresses not to give up devotional time even when life becomes busier.
What does Hebrews 13:7 mean when it instructs us to have spiritual heroes? This article explains that such heroes speak God's Word to us, share insights we have not been given, and may thus protect us from error.
When God accomplishes radical transformation in us, he does not eliminate any part of what makes us human. Instead, he calls us to live the Christian life with all our human faculties. This article addresses the comments that some make that when it comes to our sanctification, we are completely passive. It shows how Christlikeness requires effort.
This article discusses how the entire Bible is a prayer book. It shows how especially the Psalms allow the believer to pray in response to God.
This article defines what true spirituality is: the pursuit of God and the things of God, through Christ, by the Spirit, in accordance with the Word. It takes its cue from Colossians 2 and 3.
This article provides five reasons why family worship is important. These include the points that God deserves daily worship, you can speak the gospel into the daily lives of your family members, and you can provide a regular time for your children to learn from you.
This article stresses the value of husbands starting family worship where previously it was not there. It gives eight reasons to begin, followed by a consideration of why we struggle to begin, and concludes by urging the reader to resolve to begin, or support the beginning of, family worship.