G. K. Chesterton was a British writer, philosopher, and literary critic, among other things. Often called the “prince of paradox,” Chesterton spun words with splendor. He read over 10,000 novels, and wrote many books. Orthodoxy is considered one of his classics.
A message by Chad Harrington, “Hebrews 4:12 Explained: The Piercing Word of God,” adapted here for blog format. Watch the sermon here. The author of… Read more »
We must fight for disciple-making culture in order to see it happen. I love pirate movies. As a young boy, I was fascinated with sailing… Read more »