By Jason Garwood Men, if we are going to make, mature, and multiply disciples of Jesus Christ then we must equip our soldiers with appropriate tools to do battle. Soldiers who are unequipped or even ill-equipped with no tools, or faulty tools, will do great harm to themselves and others. If we as disciples who…

Over the years, God has been gracious to CBMW with incredible leadership over our theological journal (JBMW).  It is with great excitement that we will continue to see such a high standard of leadership and academic excellence within our journal as we are pleased to announce Dr. Jason Duesing as the newest editor for The…

By Annie Leigh Edwards I used to be scared of the dark. The kind of scared that – even as a sophomore in high school—would carry my little sister (who was five years younger) into bed with me at night. Simply hearing the sound of her breathing helped me fall asleep. Some of us know…

By Colin J. Smothers   “She’s just too young to be a mother,” says the concerned mom of a pregnant teen. “I’m already the mother of two, and I feel like I have way more than I can handle,” says the exhausted wife, holding in her hands a positive pregnancy test. “I can’t afford to be…

  By Greg Gibson   QUESTION:  How Should I Choose a Job? What does the Bible say about the process of choosing a career path or deciding to pursue a particular calling in my work? FIRST OF ALL:  We should acknowledge that the entire concept of “choosing” a job is largely a modern Western concept….

Here are some of the best family posts of the past week: 5 Keys for Public School Families by Phillip Bethancourt With young kids who are approaching school age, I recently read Perspectives on Your Child’s Education: 4 Views. This book, featuring several of my friends and colleagues from Southern Seminary, presents a case for…

  By Greg Gilbert and Sebastian Traeger God’s intention, from the very beginning, was for human beings to work.  Work is not a result of sin—even though we experience terrible days that tempt us to believe it is!  From the moment God created Adam and Eve, he gave them work to do.  He made a…

By Colin J. Smothers In Recovering Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, John Piper speaks about two methods that can be used to commend a vision for biblical complementarity—the teaching that God has created men and women with distinct differences for His glory and our good. The first method is careful, exegetical argument that demonstrates the plain teachings of the Bible on complementarity. We need people…

By Mathew B. Sims “When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, also the books, and above all the parchments” (2 Timothy 4:13). Paul is old. He’s locked up, but he still asks Timothy for books and paper. He’s committed to reading and writing even in his advanced age. Besides…

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