You don't need Jesus if you plan on trying to live a good life—but you desperately need Jesus if you're honest enough to admit that you haven't. That's why truly Christian preaching must begin with indicatives.
You wouldn't blindly put anything in your mouth; neither should you blindly put anything in your ears. Remember: a diet laden with trans fat increases your risk of heart disease, the leading killer of men and women.
Like scavenging through a landfill for dinner, a majority of modern preaching has the outward appearance of genuine food—and even temporarily fills the stomach—but ultimately leaves the hearer malnourished and ill.
To make the task more manageable, the following are three key resources that will serve you for a lifetime of biblical discipleship. In relying on them weekly, I affectionately think of them as "the forest," "the trees," and "the bee's knees."
This letter, being among his final correspondence, is something I will treasure my entire life. How much of Expository Parenting did he end up getting to read? I don't know. But it doesn't matter, because, after all, he helped me write it.
Welcome to the Expository Parenting Ministries website! This ministry exists to inform, equip, and connect parents for the discipling of their children at home according to the principles set forth in the book Expository Parenting.