Have you ever heard the phrase “pastor as theologian?” In light of the current cultural climate, I’m convinced another emphasis is needed—pastor as apologist. Just as pastors need to be equipped theologically to lead their people from God’s Word, they also need to be equipped apologetically. Read More »
While primarily chronicling the story and friendship of Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, who spent 28 years as a slave in the United States before training at Spurgeon’s college and being commissioned to Africa as a missionary, Steal Away Home also offers a unique glimpse into Spurgeon’s day-to-day life. Read More »
“Steal Away Home” is the story of the unlikely friendship between the world’s most famous preacher, Charles Spurgeon, and Thomas Johnson, who spent 28 years as a slave in the United States before training at Spurgeon’s college and being commissioned to Africa as a missionary. Read More »
In his new book, The Money Challenge, Rainer helps people see financial health not as an end, but a means to a greater, more satisfying end. The book desires to align the reader with God’s design for them and their money.
Facts & Trends spoke with Rainer about the book and what he hopes church leaders and pastors can draw from it. Read More »
With the Holy Spirit at work in our hearts to illuminate the text, we can approach this task in faith that God’s Word is still speaking to us.
But it is often the case that these principles are ignored or set aside due to ignorance or modern-day tendencies to read or use the Bible for modern-day agendas. Read More »
Facts & Trends spoke with Lee and Leslie Strobel, and screenwriter Brian Bird about the making of “The Case for Christ” movie, what surprised them, and what they hope it accomplishes. Read More »
Julie Manning was in the middle of giving birth when doctors noticed an irregularity in her heartbeat. But God had been preparing her for this moment. Read More »
Q&A with Trevin Wax, whose latest book, This Is Our Time, helps readers recognize the societal myths that influence our neighbors, our friends, and us. Read More »
We don’t pick our neighbors, we just get them. I think God made it that way on purpose so we wouldn’t get to choose. Read More »
Our problem is semantics. When we say church, we don’t think family. Read More »