A Theology of Biblical Counseling

“Counseling is a theological discipline.” This opening line of A Theology of Biblical Counseling has the potential of being quite controversial, as it draws a line between biblical counseling and other methods of counseling. In the following pages of A Theology of Biblical Counseling, Dr. Heath Lambert details why counseling is, in fact, a theological discipline, how counseling has […]

Cross 2016

Let the nations be glad and sing for joy, for you judge the peoples with equity and guide the nations upon earth (Psalm 67:4) This week I was able to make a last-minute trip to Indianapolis to attend Cross conference.  Cross is a conference aimed at university-aged students with the purpose of mobilizing students to fulfill […]

NKJV Word Study Bible

Over the past several months I have accumulated six different study Bibles, all highlighting different features.  The most recent Bible I have received is the NKJV Word Study Bible from Thomas Nelson.   This is the only NKJV of the Bible that I own, as I prefer the ESV, HCSB, or NIV, however when I saw the […]

The Pursuit of God

The Pursuit of God is one of A.W. Tozer’s most famed works, and rightfully so.  In The Pursuit of God, Tozer urges the reader to replace our often low thoughts of God with a lofty view of Him, and to be still and enjoy His presence more fully. As I read through The Pursuit of God, I was […]

Is God Anti-Gay? And other questions about homosexuality, the Bible, and same-sex attraction

Is God Anti-Gay? explores a variety of questions Christians may have regarding homosexuality, same sex attraction, what the Bible has to say about these topics, and how Christians ought to respond.  In this brief, yet thorough book, author Sam Allberry provides helpful, biblical answers to these questions.  This is incredibly important as homosexuality is such […]