Healing and Beyond: What I’d like to say to two groups

​ In this blog, I would like to clearly address two groups: those who hold to a Cessationist view regarding the spiritual gifts, specifically the gifts of healing; and those who believe and regularly practice the gifts of healing. From the outset, let me say...

The Three Most Powerful Words Ever Uttered

  “When Jesus had received the sour wine,he said, “It is finished,” and he bowedhis head and gave up his spirit.”                                                                                                                                                   ...

Telling the WHOLE Truth

A few days ago, I heard a friend relate a conversation he had with a relative who claims to be a Christian yet, presently lives an immoral lifestyle. When my friend tried to reprove her, her response was typical of many in a post-modern world: She turned on my friend...

Gospel-Based Discipleship

Recently a dear friend, a man I have spent considerable time over the years thanked me for helping him to be a better husband and father. What is significant about that is I cannot ever remember having counseled he and his wife. Nor have I ever spoken to him about how...

A Lasting Legacy

​ Have you had a spiritual mentor who God used to strengthen, define, or refine God’s call? A couple of weeks ago, I lost a friend who had a great impact on my life and not mine only, but thousands of others as well. His name was George Bogle, and he was well known in...

Keep a Close Watch on Yourself (I Timothy 4:16)

The Evangelical world was rocked recently when it learned that one of the world’s leading Christian apologists, Ravi Zacharias, engaged in years of sexual misconduct. This is the conclusion his own ministry came to after hiring a group of independent investigators to...

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Healing and Beyond: What I’d like to say to two groups

​ In this blog, I would like to clearly address two groups: those who hold to a Cessationist view regarding the spiritual gifts, specifically the gifts of healing; and those who believe and regularly practice the gifts of healing. From the outset, let me say unabashedly that as a believer in...

The Three Most Powerful Words Ever Uttered

  “When Jesus had received the sour wine,he said, “It is finished,” and he bowedhis head and gave up his spirit.”                                                                                                                                                                            John...

Telling the WHOLE Truth

A few days ago, I heard a friend relate a conversation he had with a relative who claims to be a Christian yet, presently lives an immoral lifestyle. When my friend tried to reprove her, her response was typical of many in a post-modern world: She turned on my friend and lambasted him for...

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New Covenant Life

Many Christians today say they believe in the ‘new covenant’ but how they live their lives tells another story. While parroting New Covenant theology, believers too often actually live from an old covenant mindset. In his new book, New Covenant Life, Neil Silverberg draws deeply from the promise of the New Covenant spoken by the Prophet Jeremiah (31:31-34), applying what he shares to Christian living today. The result is a book that not only reveals the richness of New Covenant theology; it practically challenges believers to examine their lives in the light of the promises God made under a new covenant. Quite frankly, without the New Covenant, there is no Gospel message. New Covenant Life teaches believers to understand, embrace and live out the New Covenant promises.

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