Results tagged “faithfulness” from Reformation21 Blog

What You're For, What You're Against!

Article by   May 2017
"Be known for what you're for rather than what you're against." This statement--in various forms--has become something of a Christian cliche over the past decade. Nearly every time I hear it, I wonder if those who so often state... continue

To Be A Diaper Changer

Article by   February 2017
I recently happened across a picture online, in which a group of young adults were linking arms at a well attended Christian Conference. The person who had posted the picture wrote a caption underneath it that said something along the... continue

Faithfulness and Fruitlessness in Ministry?

Article by   June 2016
A couple of weeks ago a friend asked a question: "How would you encourage a faithful brother who had been pastoring for several years and has not, in that season, seen a conversion directly from his preaching, though the church... continue

Press on for the "Well done!"

Article by   September 2013
Another snippet from Fuller, this time from an ordination sermon from Matthew 25.21, concerning the work and encouragements of the Christian minister. As he does often in such writings, Fuller fixes his eye on the last day and the great... continue

Faithfulness, Shame, and Where the Wind Blows

Article by   June 2012
I don't pretend to be an expert in Bunyan's classic Pilgrim's Progress. I doubt I've ever mentioned it in a sermon. But quotes like the one below (passed along to me by one who recalled it from memory) make me want... continue
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