One of my daughters, who shall remain nameless (but she’s my youngest!) is what we affectionately refer to as a “coffee snob.” She and her caffeine-loving husband both share the same aromatically, highly-lifted nose in the world of coffee beans. They can smell an inferior
The year is almost gone; 2015 is nearly a footnote, and a new chapter in world history will begin on 1 January 2016. What lies before us? We can speculate on the economy, we can plan our diaries, we can set our goals, and we
“He who marries the spirit of the age will soon find himself a widower in the next.” So wrote William Ralph Inge. The church would do well to keep this in mind as it seeks to live before a watching (and often very critical) world.
In a previous article I explained that, when it comes to the affirmation of either an elder or a missionary, we should be hopefully and respectfully asking, “Where is your Timothy?” In other words, where is the fruit of your ministry? If a man cannot