Blog Posts by Robert Brady

Matthew Henry's Method for Prayer

Article by   August 2016
We know that we are called to pray. 1 Thessalonians 5:17 instructs us to "pray without ceasing". Then why do we find it so difficult? Perhaps we feel that our prayers are not sufficiently eloquent or compelling. There can... continue

Christ's Call to Discipleship

Article by   August 2016
A Newly Released Audio Series from James BoiceHas it ever occurred to you that something is lacking in the lives of many of us who call ourselves Christians? We live in an age where the lack of true discipleship is... continue

The Psalms in Worship

Article by   August 2016
Too many churches never sing the psalms in public worship. Despite the fact the two direct injunctions that relate to singing in the New Testament place psalms at the head of the list of what Christians ought to sing as... continue

The Canon of Scripture

Article by   August 2016
Be sure to listen to this week's Mortification of Spin. Todd, Carl, and Aimee examine questions like, how can we trust the books in the Bible to be the only Word of God, or "canon", to which no man... continue

"An Oration in Commemoration of the Independence of The United States of America"

Article by   July 2016
Enos Hitchcock (1744-1803) was a Harvard graduate (1767) and a chaplain for several brigades in the Colonial militia (seeing battle at Ticonderoga, Saratoga, Valley Forge, and West Point). He also served as chaplain of the Continental Army from 1779-1780.... continue

Extraordinary Means of Grace by Mark Johnston

Article by   July 2016
The idea of 'the means of grace' has undergone an encouraging rehabilitation in the life and ministry of many Reformed churches in recent years. This has come as a healthy corrective to pressure from the wider church to embrace ideas... continue

5 Reasons to Study Old Testament History

Article by   June 2016
In case you missed it last week, ChristwardCollective.org contributor David Murray gives us 5 Reasons to Study Old Testament History. 5 REASONS TO STUDY OLD TESTAMENT HISTORYby David MurrayShakespeare wrote that each person's history is "a tale told by an idiot,... continue

The Cambridge Declaration: Alive and Kicking

Article by   April 2016
Twenty years ago, in April 1996, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals held its first major meeting of evangelical scholars. The Cambridge Declaration, first presented at this meeting, is a call to the evangelical church to turn away from the worldly... continue

"God Broke the Law": The Character of God

Article by   April 2016
Meet the Puritans editor Danny Hyde weighs in this week on Steven Furtick."God Broke the Law for Love"Thanks Todd Pruitt! Thanks for "sharing" this on Facebook last week! You ruined my weekend. Okay, that's a bit hyperbolic, but after watching... continue

Why These Books and No Others?

Article by   March 2016
Every year around this time you can no doubt find numerous documentaries on television or articles written about the "Real Jesus" or the "Lost Books of the Bible."  These are often little more than thinly veiled - or not... continue
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