Why the Incarnation, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ Matters

Theology for Life

As we begin the new year, let’s start out by focusing on Jesus. After all, there is no Christianity without him. Theology–what we believe about God–matters. Why? Because it shapes our life.

If we as Christians want to have the courage to stand in our post-Christian culture we need to become more theological–not less.

Now is not the time for a failure of nerve on our part. Now is the time for courage. To know what we believe and why. And then train others to do the same (2 Tim.2:2). In that spirit, let’s reflect on the Great love of God in which we now stand (see Romans 5:1-11).


#3: What Every Christian Needs to Know About Special Revelation [Podcast]

Your Worldview Minute with Jonathan Morrow Episode 3

In this episode of Your Worldview Minute, we’ll be talking about What Every Christian Needs to Know About Special Revelation. Our culture is fascinated with what’s new—the latest and greatest.

Bombshell headlines and the latest must have gadgets fade and become outdated almost as fast as they come on the scene. We are distracted by what’s trending when our deepest need is to focus on what’s eternal.


Asking the Hard Questions About the Bible

All of us have questions about the Bible. At the end of the day, what we have to figure out is what we will do with those questions.

Will we keep them hidden and allow unanswered questions to slowly erode our confidence that God has spoken? Or will we courageously question the Bible in a way that actually builds our faith?


Why Kids Need a Biblical Worldview and Where to Start

3 Reasons Every Parent Needs to Know

If you’re a parent, then you want your kids to live well. You want them to flourish. You want them to follow Jesus all the days of their lives. This is a prayer I regularly pray for my kids. But how does this happen? What does this look like? What’s at stake? It starts with building a biblical worldview.