Independence

By Daniel Henderson July 4, 2019
Wednesday Word - 4th of July Tomorrow is the Fourth of July. In the United States, it’s a major national holiday known as Independence Day. With fireworks and picnics, we celebrate overthrowing the king of England several hundred years ago and gaining our freedom and independence as a nation. I enjoy celebrating Independence Day, but the Bible doesn’t celebrate independence.…

Why I Love Easter So Much

By Daniel Henderson April 19, 2019
Why I Love Easter So Much, by Paul Tripp I love Easter Sunday. I love the celebratory music we sing at church. I love the passages of Scripture we read during worship. Most of all, I love the visual image of the Empty Tomb. In one culminating and specific moment in history, Jesus Christ summarizes and finalizes the salvation narrative.…

Praying for Our Children

By Daniel Henderson March 15, 2019
The March issue of Table Talk Magazine is devoted to prayer.  In this brief article by Burk Parsons, we can find much needed encouragement for the hard work of  praying for our children. From Burk Parsons Prayer for our children comes naturally when we understand that God has created us as dependent creatures ourselves, made to depend on the Lord.…

Sin Is Cosmic Treason

By Daniel Henderson March 12, 2019
As we’ve been studying the book of Jonah together on Sunday mornings, I’ve been reminded of both the wideness of God’s mercy as well as the seriousness of our sin. In this article written by R.C. Sproul, he reminds us that the culture’s view of sin is not the Biblical view. As Puritan Thomas Watson said many years ago, “Til…