Before We Forget: Introducing Our Soon-to-Release Book

Over the course of a few years, Nathan Millican and I worked on a book with several other friends. The book is aimed at pastors and releases in June. Below is an excerpt from the introduction I wrote to the book. Links to pre-order the book, if you’re inclined, are at the end of this…

Ethnic Harmony as An Undeniable Effect of the Gospel and the Proper Pursuit of Gospel People

Even though it is 2020 and the world has seemingly made amazing societal advances, ethnic tensions are alive and well. As far as the curse is found, racist tendencies abound. That’s a sad state of affairs and is something the world is right to talk about in an effort to bring men and women together.…

Mike Schoonover on boxing and 4 truths for your life.

Photo by Attentie Attentie on Unsplash TAKE A 9-COUNT Boxers train. A lot. We’ve all seen the movies. Movies of the underdog boxer incessantly training with motivational 80’s rock music playing in the background. The boxer who runs through the streets of his town in the rain and snow, morning, noon, and night. The sweat covered boxer doing…

Pressing On by Leaning In and Loving Deeply

These past few weeks I have taken some time to meditate on the reality that even though our world looks a lot different than it did on January 1, there are certain things that have not changed. One of the unchanging realities is that the mission of the church remains the same. We still have…

Hello? God? Do You See Me? Do You Care?

Psalm 139 is famous mainly for two lines:  Verse 14 – “I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” (Largely applied to one’s identity and significance.) Verses 23 & 24 – “Search me, O God, and know my heart!” (Largely applied to one’s desire to see their own sin and to repent of…

Made For Another World

By Dave Zuleger, Lead Pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church (south campus) The Struggle is Real This title is not meant to be a trite, one-liner for the season of life we find ourselves in. The world around us is different. Things are not as they were a month ago or even a week. There is…

Patient Peace In the Midst of a Pandemic

*By Dave Zuleger But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope: The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. The LORD is my portion,” says my soul, “therefore I will hope in him.” The LORD is…