Racial Diversity: John Stott on What It Means to Be a Peacemaker

In the late 1970s, British nationalism and racial discrimination were in full swing, and British Christians began to voice their increasing concern about racial diversity. One way that evangelical leader,…

Pastor, You’re Not Crazy: You Really Are Stretched Too Thin

Here at Faithlife, we know you went into ministry because you were called by God to serve his people. It’s not an easy route to success, that’s for sure.  But…

7 Reasons Getting a Logos Legacy Library Is a No-Brainer

Whether you already have thousands of books in your Logos library or are just getting started with Logos for the first time, it’s worth taking a look at Logos Legacy…

10 Quotes on the Christian Life from Theologian and Leader John Stott

Nearly 50 years ago, the evangelical church was on the brink of shirking the call to global missions. As framer of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974, John R. W. Stott…

How to Add Search Results in Logos to a Passage

As I was working on a sermon from Joshua 1, I wanted to refresh my memory on key passages about the relationship between Moses and Joshua. So I executed a…

Where Is the Island of Patmos—and What’s It Like?

Write what you see in a book and send it to the seven churches, to Ephesus and to Smyrna and to Pergamum and to Thyatira and to Sardis and to…

[Award Finalist] How the Parables Upend Our Notions of Grace

We’re excited to share that Surprised by the Parables by Michelle Lee-Barnewall (available now from Lexham Press) was named a finalist for a 2021 Christian Book Award! The book walks…

Preaching to the Heart of the Asian American Experience

Below is an excerpt from Finding Our Voice by Matthew D. Kim and Daniel L. Wong that addresses the forms of discrimination Asian Americans commonly face and how to begin…

9 Commentaries on Wisdom Literature & Why It Matters

Sometimes Wisdom Literature can be confusing or wrongly understood through the lens of modern-day culture and context. Yet there is much we can glean from the wisdom of generations of…

Jesus Healed a Paralyzed Man. So Why Was He Persecuted?

Sometimes, when we read through the Gospels, we’ll see passages where Jesus does something remarkable, then everyone gets mad. On occasion, the Gospel writers explain why people got angry, but…