Philippians 2:4 ESV
Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.
A Daily Bible Study in 7-Day Sections with a Summary-Commentary, Discussion Questions, and Daily Application Sunday (Philippians 1:1-19) Salutation 1:1 From Paul and Timothy, slaves of Christ Jesus, to all the saints in Christ Jesus who are in Philippi, with the overseers and d...
Speak the Truth to Yourself
I woke up sick that morning. Ill never make it to the end of the day, I muttered to myself. My husband was due to leave town for work. How am I going to manage the kids while feeling like
Squinting Toward Heaven - Charles Stanley
My grandpa is there watching and teasing me about the futility of this ridiculous ... 15:51-53), built for eternity just like Christ's final, perfect form (Phil. ... an eternal weight of glory far beyond all comparison (2 Corinthians 4:17).
When Does Humor Become Sinful?
Is humor appropriate in the Christian life? Pastor John gives 5 thoughts.
Jesus, Did You Know?
Did Jesus know everything God knows? Yes and no.
A Theology of Creation in 12 Points
Guest, Don Carson, focuses on the implications of Creation in the first two chapters of Genesis.
How to Appreciate an Imperfect Spouse
This article from Gary Thomas discusses how two imperfect people can enjoy a great marriage and glorify God.
The Dark Alleys in Young Adult Fiction
Young adult fiction is more than vampires and high school drama. Some books introduce our teens to worlds we would never want them to enter.
How I Distinguish Between the Gospel and False Gospels
(The following is an outline of the message with the texts and notes. It's not a complete manuscript.) Paul said to the Philippians in 1:7, and I say it now to you: You are all partakers with me&
The Best Church Leader Is a Team
Some companies may thrive with a CEO at the top. Some teams may win games with one superstar. But the church is not served well without a team of servant leaders.