To answer the question, Who am I,? this article explains what it means to be created in the image of God. It discusses what that image looked like before and after the fall, and what it looks like upon being restored through salvation in Christ.
What does it mean to live as an aged Christian? The article looks at the challenge of retirement, losing a spouse, health issues, and declining mental faculties in Christian senior citizens and what it means to live out their Christian identity facing such challenges.
The experience of apostasy is not a good one. This article offers advice on how churches can deal with such experience. The church should expect that apostasy will happen, know the causes of it, see its abomination, think of God’s judgment, and know the cure.
What kind of impact should the revelation of God have on us? This article offers a number of considerations in this regard. We need to read, along with the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and we need to meditate, believe, and live.
Alzheimer’s is a brain disorder resulting in a progressive decline in intellectual and social skills. Does it mean people with Alzheimer's cannot have faith in Christ? This article explains how Christians should think about faith in relation to people with Alzheimer's.
What is piety? For John Calvin, piety is the right attitude of man towards God, an attitude that includes true knowledge, heartfelt worship, saving faith, filial fear, prayerful submission, and reverential love.
Caring for a disabled child is a challenge. How can Christians express a care to their disabled child? This article gives an account of experiencing God’s grace in dealing with disability in your family. The strength is not in your ability, but in God’s grace, which is sufficient for every day.
This article explains that when Christians understand who they are in Christ, through the work of the Holy Spirit in their intimate relationship with the Father, then they will also live out of that identity in Christ, enjoying life in the Spirit.
The church of God is the church militant. This article explains that it is through providing counsel to each other that God makes it possible for the church to be a place of safety. This article explains the role that elders and ministers together with the congregation play in the multitude of counsellors.
How can the church encourage a young generation of men to take leadership in the church as pastors, elders, and deacons? This article explains that it can done through older ones mentoring younger ones.
The disabled have a place in God’s kingdom. The account recorded 2 Samuel 9 between David and Mephibosheth gives a picture of how the church should see the place of the disabled in the kingdom of God. Disability should not be a hindrance to dine with the king.
Can Christians keep the law and avoid legalism? This article looks at the place of the law in creation and the law during Moses’ time. It shows that understanding the stages of revelation in the Bible is important for understanding the role of the moral law, ceremonial law, and the civil law.
This article explains that God has revealed himself in Christ and through the Scriptures. Therefore, knowing God is dependent on his revelation. This article explains what attitudes this should create in the believer.
The office of deacon is one instituted by Christ. This article gives the biblical grounds to show that the office of deacons is a divine institution. It explains the qualifications and duties of deacons.
This article shows how Romans 11:33-36 should shape the life of the minister: he ought to be absorbed in the wonder of this gospel, intellectual pursuit, devotion, and be full of praise for God's grace.
This article shows that parents cannot rely on presumptive regeneration for the salvation of their children, but under the promises of God in the covenant they labour in prayer for the salvation of their children.
This article looks at the names of God as they are revealed in the Old Testament. God's names reveal something about his being, commemorate an encounter with him, and declare some individual experience or relationship.
Salvation is by faith in Christ. This article shows that such saving faith is rooted in Christ and rests on the truth of the gospel. The struggle of faith in the daily life of the Christian is also discussed.
This article shows that the elements of Christian knowledge rest in knowing Christ and his work, and that in its nature this is a knowledge that leads to obedience. Ways of seeking this knowledge are discussed.