The title may seem strange for a site that speaks from a Reformed perspective. I do find it is quite common for Reformed folks to express Christianity from a Reformed context including verbiage that is distinct to the Reformed tradition. And this makes sense if you have embraced Reformed theology. But I’m sensitive to it, […]
Author: Lisa Robinson
Statistics on fatherlessness don’t always tell the complete story. Lisa Robinson, gives us another perspective through her personal story.
In this week’s devotional, Lisa Robinson explores the relationship between contentment and what you can do through Christ.
The other day, I picked up a little book that has the markings of being the next prayer of Jabez. You remember that book, right? Bruce Wilkinson leveraged one verse in an historical narrative to promote and popularize a concept that had little to do with what is prescriptive for our Christian life today. But […]
For the past decade or so, there has been a philosophical principle masquerading as the central point of Christianity and the M.O. for God’s blessings, and it has captivated a good number of Christians. This philosophy has infiltrated sermons, books and whole churches and is promoted as normative for the Christian life. Genesis 8:22 has […]
Recently, John Frame’s page on Facebook posted this question; Why are there so few African-Americans and Latinos in the PCA? Or in any Reformed church, for that matter? This is, I think, an important question. The Church of Jesus Christ is to embrace all nations, as God fulfills in Jesus his promise to Abraham (Gen. […]