God, My All-Sufficient Portion: How William Carey Found Strength to Plod
William Carey’s heart raced as he leaned against the railing of the Kron Princess Maria. The winds and tides had finally allowed the Danish ship to enter the Bay of Bengal on November 11, 1793. In the distance, Carey...
Why Biblical Hymns Are So Important
The following transcript is an excerpt from a recent sermon by Chris Anderson called “Theology That Sticks.” You can listen to the entire sermon here. Chris’ new book by the same title is available here.
Introducing: Theology That Sticks
"Why don't we sing less and get on with the good stuff?" "Why are we singing so many new songs?" "Why in the world are we singing this?!" In his new book Theology That Sticks,...
Jesus: The Coming of Grace and Glory
We live between two epic events—in a meadow between two Mountains. Titus 2:11-14 says so. It's a Christmas text. And a prophetic text. And a Christian-living text. And it's under-appreciated. Jesus' First, Gracious Appearance:...
My Call to Full-Time Missions
After nearly 25 years of pastoral ministry, I'm transitioning to a new ministry role as Senior VP of Global Opportunities with Biblical Ministries Worldwide (BMW), based here in Atlanta. My burden for missions has steadily grown over the last 12...
Hardships & True Thankfulness: On the 400th Anniversary of Thanksgiving 1621
If this year is the hardest year yet for thanksgiving, then let me suggest that it’s probably the best opportunity yet for you to magnify God’s worth by giving thanks to him. Hardships, in fact, provide the best occasion...