In this video, I discuss how we experience the Trinity in our prayers. I have written in length about experiencing the Trinity in prayer–among other ways–but I thought I would do a short video over it as well.
This post was adapted from my lesson during Equipping Hour at Sovereign Grace Bible Church on April 7, 2019. This is the second post in a series of two. To read the first, click here. Due to length, I am only sharing three ways in which the Trinity is practical. The Trinity is a doctrine … More The Trinity is More Practical than You Think
If you’ve peaked your head into the news realm in the past few years—specifically as it pertains to evangelicalism—you will undoubtedly see the discussions centered around one concept: social justice. (Even though I don’t think this is a good term to use, we will use it for the sake of the argument.) Whether we believe … More How Should We Handle the “Social Justice” Debate?
About a week ago I told my wife I wanted to start shooting video content for my blog. She suggested doing some type of material where I talked about a theological doctrine that is impacting me each week. So, I did. Of course, this is my first video, so the quality isn’t amazing and the … More Theology of the Week: Justification by Faith Alone
This post was adapted from my lesson during Equipping Hour at Sovereign Grace Bible Church on April 7, 2019. This is the first post in a series of two. There are several doctrines of the Christian faith that leave us asking, “Now what does that mean again?” We find that since these doctrines are so … More What is the Trinity?
Back in 2005, David Foster Wallace—famous author and known secularist—said these words at the commencement ceremony at Kenyon College: “Everybody worships. The only choice we get is what to worship. And the compelling reason for maybe choosing some sort of god or spiritual-type thing to worship…is that pretty much anything else you worship will eat … More #WorshipWednesday – The Universalism of Worship
You’ve probably seen it before: you’re driving down the road, and to your right you see that the local Baptist church is scheduling a revival on so-and-so dates. To most people, this doesn’t make them think twice. It’s ordinary. It’s normal. But here’s the big issue: Holy Spirit-led revival isn’t ordinary. It is not normal. … More The Perils of Planned Revivals
For this #WorshipWednesday, I am sharing a sermon snippet from John Piper. In this 7-minute video, he asks and answers the question: Why does God command our worship? Does that make God needy? Piper, in his energetic form, says, “What if admiration were the highest pleasure and what if God we’re the most admirable being? … More #WorshipWednesday – Why Does God Command Us To Worship Him?
For all of my Christian life—which is, by God’s unwavering grace, a little more than five years—I have been a continuationist. That is, I have believed that the miraculous spiritual gifts—tongues, prophecy, etc.—have continued and are for today. But in the past couple of months, I struggled with that position. I had always understood (for … More Why I Changed My Mind on the Spiritual Gifts
I’m going to start a new thing on my blog called #WorshipWednesday. Every Wednesday, I will post some type of material that pertains to worship. It won’t necessarily always be a worship song. As we know, we don’t worship God only through song. So, to start it off, I am linking Andrew Peterson’s song “Is … More #WorshipWednesday – Is He Worthy?