Author Archives: Kevin DeYoung
If you are a grace person you are most concerned about being loved. If you are a truth person you are most concerned about being right even it means being unloved. Both have their dangers. Something is wrong if everyone hates you, and something is probably just as wrong if if everyone loves you.
The good news of Ascension Day is that Jesus Christ is exercising the dominion that man was made to have from the very beginning. The ruin of the first Adam will be undone by the reign of the second.
Today’s interview is with Thabiti Anyabwile, the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church (Grand Cayman) and soon to be a church planter in the Washington, D.C. area.
For the past three years, our church has wrestled with our place in the Reformed Church in America. We did not come to this decision lightly.
So thank God for a day to remember God’s common grace to America and his special grace in enlisting us, poor weak soldiers that we are, in service to Christ our Captain and conquering King.
The Board of Elders has granted me three summer sabbaticals, the first of which starts today.
The reason we want to be a church of diverse excellencies is because God is a God of diverse excellencies.
We need a multitude of indicatives and a host of imperatives to save us and sustain us. It’s all of grace, of course, but grace does not always look or sounds the same.
The law doesn’t just show us our sin so we might be drawn to Christ; it shows us how to live as those who belong to Christ.