DBG Christian Blogs and Sermons

Welcome to the DBG website for Christian blogs and articles written by Josh Buice.

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Providing Christian blogs, articles, and sermons on various topics from a biblical perspective.

  • Expository Preaching
  • The Exclusivity of Christ
  • Dangers of the Health, Wealth, and Prosperity Theology
  • Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

Funeral Sermon: Not Far from the Kingdom

Last week I received a phone call that a man I’ve known for many years suddenly passed away. He was young. He was strong. He was skilled at his job. He loved his family, and now—without a moment of notice, he’s in eternity. We know the script of such... read more

DBG Spotlight 10-12-18 (Weekend Edition)

After taking a season off through an extremely busy summer filled with travel, speaking engagements, and other responsibilities—the DBG Spotlight is back. It is my desire during these posts to highlight good articles in various different lanes (from ministry and... read more

What Happens After Death?

There is much mystery surrounding death and the unknown plagues many people with fear. However, it’s not completely veiled and mysterious since the Bible provides details. The good news is that we don’t need the “heavenly tourism” books to provide us the details of... read more

John MacArthur and John Piper — Q&A

Sitting down to talk with pastors and those who have been in the ministry for a long time is always a wonderful treat for me. I’m sure you enjoy the same type of interaction as well – even if you’re not a preacher. Just as a Christian, it’s... read more

Toxic Behaviors to Avoid as an Elder

The work of a pastor is difficult. Time is often consumed with prayer, the study of the Word, and serving people. It’s a demanding calling, but joyful at the same time. Charles Spurgeon once stated the following: [A pastor’s] work, when earnestly undertaken,... read more

Why Liberation Theology Never Liberates

Throughout history, different degrees and forms of liberation theology have emerged within Christian circles. This has been true of Christian circles in America and beyond. The Church of Jesus has faced Black Liberation Theology, Women’s Liberation, and the... read more

The Purpose of Suffering

Yesterday I preached from Romans 5:3-5 on the subject of suffering as we continue to work our way through Romans. As Paul develops his thought, he points out the fact that we rejoice in the hope of the glory of God—and we likewise rejoice in our sufferings for... read more

How to Be a Profitable and Encouraging Church Member

As a pastor, I truly love the local church. In my own context, I love my church that I’m a member of and that I have the privilege to leading. However, as I often explain to my children when we read the Bible together in the evening—I don’t love the church... read more

The Sunday Sermon Is Not a TED Talk

We live in a world full of ideas. With the highway of information technology, we can access information at any given moment of any given day from most places in the world using something as small as a smart phone device. With all of this information, curious minds are... read more

Rejoice in Suffering

Yesterday I preached Romans 5:1-5 in our series through Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. After spending an entire chapter on the faith of Abraham and demonstrating that he was justified by faith alone—Paul turns to chapter five and points out two things that... read more

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