Bible to Inbox: Let Me Help You Read the Bible More

Change Your Habits. Read the Bible. Let God Change Your Life.

Odds are, you want to read your Bible more. You’re not alone. According to Barna, among people who like the Bible, 78-85% want to read it more. But you and I both know that it can be difficult to make time to read God’s word.

A Righteous Gentile vs. The Third Reich: A Review of “Bonhoeffer” by Eric Metaxas

Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

When God has you, every part of you, hold on tight. He’s going to take you for a ride. Eric Metaxas, in his biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer entitled, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy shows us what God can and will do through a person who surrenders his/her will at the feet of the cross. If you have not read this book, I plead with you to do so.

No, Things Today Are Not Worse Than Ever Before

History, What Jesus Said, and a Better Declaration

No, Things Today Are Not Worse Than Ever Before

Look around. Watch the news. Listen to the radio. Scroll Facebook. You may conclude that things today are worse than ever before. That conclusion may turn into your cliched mantra that you put on repeat every time you encounter evil. But here’s my humble opinion. It needs to stop. To put it simply: no, things today are not worse than ever before.  

Brandon Kelley preaching week 7 of the On the Move series at The Crossing.

Title: A Better Restoration

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Bottom Line: When we give our lives to Christ, God exchanges our failures for Jesus’ victory, our treachery for His faithfulness, our brokenness for His perfection, and our effort for His grace.

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Bible Hacks: How to Read the Book of Revelation Well

How to Read the Bible Better

Bible Hacks: How to Read the Book of Revelation Well

For the past several weeks, I’ve been co-teaching a class called, Bible Hacks where myself and Daryl Docterman have been teaching short sessions designed to help you read the Bible better. Below are my teaching notes from session eight as well as the audio of the class. Past sessions are listed at the bottom of this article: