Many things that we now take for granted began in very small, unnoticed ways and, often, in out-of-the-way places. For example, Microsoft began in a college dorm room by a young man who would soon drop out of university. Apple had a similarly inauspicious beginning.
Strangely, one of the most awkward moments for Christians is when another asks us, “What can I pray for?” On two occasions very recently, my wife and I were asked this very question. Let me say, I don’t think there are many demonstrations of affection
Semper Reformanda—“always reforming.” This has been the motto, if not the consistent practice, of self-proclaimed biblical churches since the famed sixteenth-century reformation. That reformation commenced 499 years ago this month. Thoughtful Christians are grateful for that movement. As church leaders and their congregations became convinced
I was recently invited to be a speaker at a conference in another African country, which turned out to be a disappointing experience, though I trust it will ultimately prove to be a constructive one. It confirmed for me a conclusion that perhaps large portions