Light for Dark Times

But solid food is for the mature, for those who have their powers of discernment trained by constant practice to distinguish good from evil.

~ Hebrews 5:14

The Barren Fig Tree (Part 2)

The Barren Fig Tree (Part 1)

John Bunyan wrote an extensive article on the parable of the barren fig tree. With his help, we are going to devote several sermons to this subject of the fruitless "Christian"

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Why do the Nations Rage?

For You

Bible open to 1 John

Is my abuser a Christian?

Weekly Bible Studies

Part 108 – Gospel of John Study, The Cross

The cross is the central essence of the gospel.

Part 58 – Revelation Study, Rev 11:1-2

We continue to look at the temple which John is told to measure - it is the Church. The measuring is symbolic of God's protection of our faith throughout the church age. The outer court represents nominal Christians who are not part of the true Israel, the church.

Unholy Charade

Unholy Charade

Pastor and author Jeff Crippen presents Christ’s body with a work steeped in Scripture that lays before us a map of the abusive mind, the tactics of abuse, the effects abuse has on its victims, and the tragic way our churches have failed the victims of this sin. He issues a clarion call for those who love Christ to answer the call to love the oppressed and speak for the victims, as Proverbs 31:9 says: “Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.”

More of our books

Wise as Serpents by Jeff Crippen

Wise as Serpents

Growing Wise to the Evil Among Us

A Cry for Justice by Jeff Crippen

A Cry for Justice

How the Evil of Domestic Abuse Hides in Your Church

Light for Dark Times by Jeff Crippen

Light for Dark Times

An Arsenal of Truth to Expose Domestic Abuse

In My Father's House by Jeff Crippen

In My Father's House

God’s Redemptive Plan from Genesis to Revelation

Who is a Christian? by Jeff Crippen

Who is a Christian?