Articles

via Bill Peel
November 3rd, 2018

Living in the Lion's Den without Being Eaten

How does God want us to live in a caustic culture that's becoming increasingly hostile to biblical values?   Do we isolate ourselves and associate only with other like-minded individuals? Should we join the demonstrations? Fight back on Secularists' terms? Retreat within the shelter of our...

November 12th, 2018

What Difference Does God’s Presence Make in Your Work?

It’s easy to get isolated in your work, especially in today’s cubicle world. But the fact is, with God, we are never alone, not even at work. My view of work rests squarely upon the fact that God is present with us in Christ and we can experience his nearness at work. Seeing this theme...

February 22nd, 2015

The Gospel in Blue Jeans

When Johan Lam and Andrew Chen launched their line of men’s clothing in 2003, they named their new brand 3Sixteen, as in John 3:16. The quality of their products has attracted global attention, and today 3Sixteen is one of the fastest growing denim lines on the market. They offer a broad ...

via Bill Peel
November 13th, 2012

Your Personal Mission Field

Most of the prominent Bible characters were not professional religious leaders. They had jobs in what many call the "secular workplace."  For example, Abraham and Jacob were ranchers. Joseph, Daniel, and Nehemiah were in government service. Even Jesus spent 90 percent of his life living and...

September 29th, 2011

Pride: The Case of Nebuchadnezzar

Dr. Timothy Keller's sermon on Daniel 4:24-37 "Nebuchadnezzar's pride began in contentment and prosperity, which caused him to take credit for everything he'd achieved. God dehumanized him in a reflection of what pride had done to his heart. Only when he recognized his debt to God — and...