In the 2015 G3 Conference, Voddie Baucham preached on the subject of expository apologetics and proclaimed the good news for rebel sinners.

Calvin’s Legacy Today: A Google Hangout with Ligon Duncan, W. Robert Godfrey, & Stephen Nichols Today at 3:15pm – If you can catch this live, it will be worth it – otherwise, you can watch a replay of it later.

Judge forces Christian dating site to play gay matchmaker – Another logical conclusion following the recent marriage laws in our nation.

Why I Am Not Continuationist – Tim Challies continues his excellent series and in this article he touches on a touchy issue in evangelicalism, especially in the New Calvinist circles.

7 Common Mistakes Search Committees Make – Kevin DeYoung covers some common mistakes that search committees make while looking for a pastor for their church.

Five police officers dead after Dallas protest attack – Following a Black Lives Matters protest in Dallas Texas, a shooter opened fire on police officers.  According to the latest reports, five police officers are dead and others wounded.

Thoughts on Ferguson – In light of the recent growing tension in our nation regarding police shootings, violence, protests, and murder – Voddie Baucham’s article from 2014 is helpful.

Theology Word of the Week:  Starting today, each Friday I will be posting a specific definition from theology that will help us think critically about the truths found in God’s Word.  Today, the first word in this series is providence.

Providence:  Providence is the beneficent outworking of God’s sovereignty whereby all events are directed and disposed to bring about those purposes of glory and good for which the universe was made. These events include the actions of free agents, which while remaining free, personal and responsible are also the intended actions of those agents. Providence thus encompasses both natural and personal events, setting them alike within the purposes of God. [1]


  1. Sinclair B. Ferguson and J.I. Packer, New Dictionary of Theology (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2000), 541.