Pete Klindt went from leader of the Pete Klint Quintet, a favorite Rock-n-Roll band in Iowa in the 1960s to a business executive who follows Christ.
“In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loves us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins,” (1 John 4:10, ESV).
Pastor Phil Winfield, senior pastor at Grace Church in Des Moines, IA, preached the first sermon in his series on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Sam Allberry gave a profound two-minute defense of biblical sexual ethics applied to identity and marriage before the General Synod of the Church of England.
This week’s featured sermon: Dr. R.C. Sproul at the Ligonier Ministries’ 2016 National Conference explains why the gospel is both true and transforming.
John Piper: The ultimate essence of evil is the loss of taste for God as our all-satisfying life and joy, and the preference for other things above God himself.
Pastor Ryan Jorgensen, the senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Des Moines, provides our featured sermon from John 14:1-11 – “One Way to Heaven.”
For Sanctity of Life Sunday we feature a sermon from Shane Vander Hart that outlines a Biblical framework for why Christians should be pro-life.
Pastor Michael Mudlaff of Westkirk Presbyterian Church in Urbandale gives the first sermon in a five-part series on the Five Solas of the Reformation.
Caffeinated Thoughts’ inaugural weekly featured sermon was given by Pastor Matt Agee on Psalm 121 at Grace Church in Des Moines, IA on January 8, 2017.
Reformed theologian Dr. R.C. Sproul reminds us that what we really celebrate at Christmas is the incarnation of God Himself.
Dr. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, said that Southern Baptists can be thankful for the substantive debate over Calvinism.
Theologian Thomas C. Oden, one of Methodism’s and American Christianity’s most esteemed theologians, passed away at his home in Oklahoma Wednesday night.
Jesus promised that the world will hate His followers so Christians should not be surprised when it happens and respond accordingly as we experience it.
On October 31, 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenburg Castle church sparking the Reformation.