Each of these storybook Bibles has its own strength, and we should thank God that all three are available.
Not a single industrialized nation today has a high enough fertility rate to replace itself.
Does the fact that we're having a boy or a girl make any difference in parenting beyond the color of their balloons?
There's more to say about children and families than to simply affirm or deny the continuity of the covenants!
For that reason, even before asking whether your family should stay or go, it may be worth asking whether or not you have a Kingdom perspective at all.
Is Satan more concerned about the families in your church than you are?
Preach the gospel of grace, not self-discipline.
This book will help those who are unfamiliar with the biblical idea of hospitality and provide a useful introduction to the concept.
Baucham has done a service to the church by calling us back from a wrong-headed trust in programs and professionals.
The term "gracism" sounds a great deal like affirmative action with a biblical twist. I think the tried and proven biblical standard and terms are sufficient for the task.
As a result of reading Multicultural Ministry, I will pray more, read more Scripture, and consider ways in which I can be a more deliberate reconciler.
This book is a worthwhile read. But absorb its biblical-theological argumentation with a discerning eye.
It's not difficult to see why this book has stayed in print for so long.
More than once while reading, I had to put the book down, confess my sin, and pick up the phone to get involved again in a situation I was conveniently ignoring.
Merkle reminds us that the Bible has a great deal to say about how we do church.