Paul’s second letter to Timothy is warm and personal in its tone, containing the advice and encouragement of the aged apostle to Timothy, the
There’s a reason that Paul so often uses the analogy of running a race when talking about our spiritual journeys, and that’s at least
When preparing for a marathon, there is a goal that is set in the runner’s mind months prior to the actual race. Much preparation,
Written by Stephen Hawkins
The latter part of Matthew 16 contains perhaps one of the most well-known, oft-quoted passages on discipleship in the entire Bible. But what is
As a local church grows in size (or is forced apart because of a virus!) it can become increasingly difficult to actually know everyone
In any year and in any culture, those committed to sharing the Good News with others are presented with opportunities more than obstacles. It
Written by Larry Moyer
We use many different terms when talking about Scripture: inspiration, inerrancy, and infallibility to name a few. But one that we don’t always talk
Scripture’s Sufficiency Declared by Paul Moving from the Old to the New Testament we come to the apostle Paul’s second letter to his protégé,
Written by Josiah Boyd
While the battle with fear and anxiety is not unique to the days in which we’re living, our current cultural reality has exposed and
Written by Jim Rennie
2 Timothy 4:7–8 [See previous posts in this series here: First, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth.] I have fought the good fight, I
Written by Josiah Boyd
2 Timothy 2:5 [See these links for previous posts in this series: First, second, third, fourth, and fifth.] An athlete is not crowned unless
Written by Josiah Boyd