You Are Invited! Vision Forum Ministries and the National Center for Family-Integrated Churches (NCFIC) invite the men and leadership in your church to a free event in San Antonio. Come join us and hear a strategic update on the work of the NCFIC...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Carl Bobb: "When we looked at these lives over the centuries what did we see? What characteristics did we see? We saw there was a belief in the sufficiency of Scripture. There was a reliance on the Holy Spirit. There was a willingness to truly...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Mike Cox: "We need to understand that the Great Commission does not end with evangelistic formulas and presentations. The Great Commission’s purpose is to make disciples; to make those who would observe all that Christ’s commanded to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
One of the greatest offenses of this age is to live differently. It seems so condemning, so judgmental. But what is Christianity without new life? Here is an excerpt from a letter John Calvin wrote to one of his friends in this regard: For in...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Joe Morecraft: "Calvin established an academy in Geneva to train men to be missionaries. Geneva, as one has said, was ‘the hub of a vast missionary enterprise.’ Another said ‘it created an explosion of missionary activity...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The prophet Jeremiah prophesies against Judah making it clear that the shepherds of Israel have abandoned the purpose for which God had appointed them. The dramatic effect: it makes the people of God worthless....Read more.
Geoffrey Botkin: “I think one of the most important things Victoria and I taught our children was ‘Read the word. The faith that you have cannot be your father’s faith and your mother’s faith. Read the word and read every...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
We were all very grateful for what Jeff Pollard shared with us at the men's luncheon regarding what was burning in his soul. He first quoted 1 John 3:2: "Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear what we shall be: but we...[ abbreviated | read entire ]