Matthew 26

Bible
Sep 28, 2018
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
The Dark Corners of Our Praises In his exposition of Psalm 88, Spurgeon wrote, “The mind can descend far lower than the body, for it, there are bottomless pits. The flesh can bear only a certain number of...
Ministry
Sep 20, 2016
Katie FisherKatie Fisher
More Than Bread: How the Arts Can Breathe Life into a Placeless Culture With the announcement of the imminent bombing of Phnom Penh by the United States, Pol Pot and his Communist party underlings known as the “Khmer Rouge” took over the capital...
Ministry
Oct 26, 2015
Barry D. JonesBarry D. Jones
The Dinner Table as a Place of Connection, Brokenness, and Blessing Perhaps before we invite people to Jesus or invite them to church, we should invite them to dinner
Theology
Oct 12, 2015
Karla D. ZazuetaKarla D. Zazueta
From the Garden to the Garden: Tracing Our Sobremesa through the Bible It seemed no one had intentions of leaving anytime soon. The crowd that night—and, in fact, every night we traveled through France—preferred to linger after dinner. I...
Article
Sep 29, 2015
Michael J. SvigelMichael J. Svigel
Coffee as a Means of Grace: A Sip of Theological Humor Until I accepted coffee as a means of grace, I struggled both internally and externally with the entire concept of waking up early in the morning to seek the Lord in prayer.
Bible
Oct 2, 2012
Jim Samra
Engaging with God: Talking to God (Matthew 26:36-46) Dr. Jim Samra, Senior Pastor, Calvary Church, Grand Rapids, MI, challenges students to "take the road less traveled" by taking prayer seriously.
Article
Sep 1, 2009
William R. Cutrer
The Human Response to Crisis From the new release, The Church Leader's Handbook
Book Excerpts
Jul 7, 2006
J. Vernon McGee
Son of God, God the Son

Who is Jesus? Fully God? Fully man? Fully both. This excerpt from Jesus Christ Our Lord by the late John F. Walvoord, longtime president of Dallas Seminary, reminds us of...

Article
Jul 7, 2006
Truth that Translates In Bible translation the stakes are high because accuracy is essential to the integrity of the message. Trained scholars are a vital part of that process, and members of the Dallas...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Chris Ross
Keep Watch: How to Combat Spiritual Slumber A feeling of insecurity hovers over the age in which we live. Enemies threaten us from abroad, while crime remains a reality close to home. Insecurity, however, is not unique to...