The heart of the church’s mission is to follow Jesus and help others to follow Him.
Everyone has only two choices: Either you die to self now and you truly live, or you live for yourself now and you truly die.
It’s the gap between human perceptions of goodness and the reality that only God is good which is the point of Jesus’ life and ministry.
Over the next fifty to eighty years, it will be the job of the church to quietly build beautiful marriages and to slowly raise another generation to see God’s original design and purpose for marriage.
The true church is united on the gospel of Jesus Christ. Let’s not forget to identify the family when we see it.
God’s glory in Jesus encompasses both his enthronement at the right hand of the Father, as well as his humility whereby he becomes obedient to death, even death on a cross.
June 5, 2016 A reminder to readers: We’re in the thick of a Sunday Voice Series by Dr. Timothy C. Tennent, a close friend, mentor and colleague of mine. He serves as the President of Asbury Theological Seminary among other posts he holds across the global church. This Sunday Voice Series will continue to cover
By Moses appearing at the Transfiguration, it was like the Law itself was coming to pay homage to Jesus, who came to fulfill its entirety.
Sometimes things happen to us that we don’t understand. Our prayers seem to go unanswered, and God does things which don’t seem to make any sense. Read more from Timothy Tennent as he continues in the Gospel of Mark.
America needs the gospel message more than anything right now, but that message is largely being rejected. Timothy Tennent shares some of the bigger indicators that reflect our post-Christian society and what problems this shift will cause.