I’m experiencing an anxious heart as I see the anxiety that is all around us. Yet, I find comfort in the truth of Psalm 91.
We’re using many words to describe our current environment due to COVID-19. While many could apply, the one I sense the strongest is: “unsettling.”
What should you as a parent do when your student comes home with very hard or even troubling questions?
In this season of intensified messages and out-of-the-ordinary protocols, is there still a way to live life together? Can we still be living in community?
In the last message from THINK|20, Dr. Todd Wilson shares about sanctification and suffering.
Pastor Kevin DeYoung speaks on living out our union with Christ at THINK|20.
A panel of theologians and pastors answers questions about sanctification at THINK|20.
In this THINK|20 breakout session, Dr. Todd Wilson shares on the stages of sanctification.
In this THINK|20 breakout session, a panel of ladies from College Park Church shares how to pursue God amid and through our roles as mothers.
In this THINK|20 breakout session, John Powell shares on pursuing godliness as a student.
In this THINK|20 breakout session, Kevin DeYoung, shares why the ten commandments still matter.
Senior Pastor of Christ Covenant Church Kevin DeYoung speaks at THINK|20.
Senior Pastor of Christ Covenant Church Kevin DeYoung, speaks at THINK|20.
Each year, I put together a list of books I want to read that year. This year is no exception. These ten books are the ones I’m most excited to read.
As we approach Easter and all that it reminds us, let us picture the bloody reality of the crucifixion, and what Christ’s sacrifice truly represents.
Is our love for the people of the Caspian unwavering? You might assume so. Yet, we needed to return for reviving, for a fresh vision for the people we’ve labored with, prayed for, and loved for so long.
You will not experience sanctification the same way I will. The details of your life are different than the details of my life—and the details matter.