Shawn Small explores the wars, the devastation, and the hope for reconciliation in one of the world’s youngest countries.
In the mid-nineties, there was a popular book called The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman. One of the five languages explained in Chapman’s book is receiving gifts.
When William P. Young self-published The Shack about a decade ago, he touched off a fierce theological debate about the problem of evil and the nature of the Trinity.
Yesterday, my husband and I took our kids Drew (9) and Madeline (6) to the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. As Fort Worthians, we find it’s almost a necessary outing each year, like a holy pilgrimage.
Last month, I sat down with Barry Jones, Jason Elwell, Crystal Elwell, and Jason Stein to discuss Lent at IBC.
A colleague told me today that he particularly appreciated a specific point I made in my sermon last Sunday on being a peacemaker.
Before we can really talk about worship, there’s one idea we all need to grab ahold of: we are all worshipers.