Author:Ed Welch Date: February 22, 2010 Category: Blog Posts Topics: Communication, Relationships, Suffering “It could be worse. Imagine if you broke both legs.” We have some odd ways of cheering each other up. Most of our bone-headed comments to suffering people are offered with passable intentions, and most of those comments are judged by their […]Read More What not to say to those who are suffering
Alasdair Groves and David Powlison sit down and talk about reading Scripture. Length: 23:15 Additional Resource: “Psalm 103 with David Powlison” by David Powlison This and similar topics related to bringing life to Scripture and Scripture to life will be addressed further at the 2018 National Conference. Click here for more […]Read More
Is it a sin to be afraid? Ed Welch answers this question that is on the hearts of many Christians who struggle with fear. ⇑ Please Click the text to view the videoRead More Is It a Sin to Be Afraid?
by Ed Welch One pastoral goal is to make Scripture meaningful so that it speaks to everyday struggles. Among these everyday struggles, it’s likely that fear and anxiety top your list. These really are everywhere. Here are ways I encountered fear and anxiety over just the last twenty-four hours. I celebrated with the parents of […]Read More So Much Fear and Anxiety
Author: Ed Welch Date: July 18, 2013 Category: Blog Posts Topics: Faith I asked a new friend how he came to know Jesus—always a great story. He had been a searcher from his early teens and investigated the religions of his best friends. After hearing an apologist for one faith, my friend was stunned by […]Read More Faith by Dr ED Welch
Topics: Repentance, Sin, Spiritual Warfare In a world of shysters and cons, you are wise to be alert to their strategies. When at the train station in Rome, pickpockets are everywhere so keep money and important documents secure. When you receive internet requests for money, ignore them. When you are promised a 10% return on […]Read More
Author:Julie Lowe Date: July 18, 2016 Category: Blog Posts, Featured One of our children often finds herself in trouble. Early on, I became acutely aware of how much we were disciplining, addressing and correcting her. Though her behavior very much needed correction, I found it a bit discouraging as a parent. I felt strict and […]Read More