Grace and Men Conference Summary, Part 1

The Gospel Man ministry held another "Grace and Men Conference" this past weekend at Perimeter Church in Atlanta. The two speakers were Scotty Smith and Tullian Tchividjian. Although I cannot do them justice for the content that they presented and the enthusiasm with which they presented it, I do want to give a summary of … Continue reading Grace and Men Conference Summary, Part 1

The Power of Gospel Indicatives

Since this weekend is the Grace for Men Conference at Perimeter Church, I thought I'd have one of the speakers, Tullian Tchividjian, be our guest blogger today. In this post, he writes about the necessity to have gospel idicatives empower gospel imperatives. "People need to hear less about what we need to do for God … Continue reading The Power of Gospel Indicatives

Are You Afraid of Radical Grace?

Since tonight and tomorrow morning is the Grace for Men Conference at Perimeter Church, I thought I'd have one of the speakers, Tullian Tchividjian, be our guest blogger for the weekend. Today, he writes about why lots of us a afraid of radical grace. Tomorrow, he describes the importance of having all gospel imperatives being … Continue reading Are You Afraid of Radical Grace?

Spiritual Progress

Francis Schaeffer, in one of my all-time favorite books, True Spirituality, says: “I'm convinced…that this is when we begin to make our forward steps as Christians: When I know through experience that I can lay hold of Christ's blood by faith to cover my sins this morning, and then to cover my sins this afternoon, even … Continue reading Spiritual Progress

Sermon Audio (4.22.12): “No More Sandcastles” • Romans 10:1-21

We are all in a struggle for righteousness, whether as parents, students, professors, engineers or preachers. We all have an impulse in us that wants to "make a name for ourselves." What we discover in Romans 10 is that Jesus is the end of the struggle. Since he has built a righteousness for me, I … Continue reading Sermon Audio (4.22.12): “No More Sandcastles” • Romans 10:1-21