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.
A new study from Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research found that a majority of Americans and evangelicals hold a number of heretical beliefs.
In this sermon given in Atlanta, Georgia, John Piper speaks directly to Christians who feel increasingly unwelcome and alien in the America we know today.
Watch Dr. Tony Evans, senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX preach on “Race, Culture & Christ” from John 4:1-9 in a sermon given on 7/17/16.
With the cultural and political landscape it is easy to be anxious and fall into despair. Dr. Ligon Duncan shares how Christians overcome that temptation.
This Easter morning consider the words of an Easter hymn written by Martin Luther “Christ Jesus Lay in Death’s Strong Bands” written in 1524.
Shane Vander Hart: On Good Friday, 2000 years ago, Jesus completely, totally, finally paid for my sin and yours. How could we not call that good?
Kris Ranney: Women do want more (Beth) Moore, and many are anxiously waiting for the next study, but some pastors drag their feet for a variety of reasons.
German theologian and Protestant Reformer Martin Luther in an Easter Sunday sermon published in 1525 makes 12 observations about Christ’s resurrection.