It’s common for us to forget the theme that runs through the Scriptures: God works His great wonders through the humblest and most unregarded of means.
There’s no “get your act together and come see us,” no “clean yourself up and then visit.” It’s just one broken sinner inviting another into God’s grace.
If you think that an hour of church and an hour of Sunday school is enough exposure to Jesus for your kids, you’re kidding yourself.
Take heart and be encouraged that the Lord loves your children and your children’s children even more and more faithfully than you do.
These precious words need to be on our hearts and spoken into and onto our children, the young sinner/saints committed by God to our care.
Such policies from the Board for National Mission will guide the Synod in developing and providing resources for districts and their congregations.
Prominent U.S. evangelicals Russell Moore and Rick Warren blast the sexual revolution at a Vatican conference, saying it is destroying the institution of marriage.
Pope Francis and his bishops get a wake-up call from a Wisconsin couple who say the Catholic Church is not addressing the collapse of the traditional family.