Truth Matters

The latest devotional by Philip De Courcy

May202021

An Unequal and Opposite Reaction

D. A. Carson tells the story about Ruby, a little black girl in Louisiana in 1960, when the Civil Rights Movement was in full swing in the United States. The Supreme Court had made a judgment regarding the desegregation and integration of schools in the Deep South. The implementation of...Read more

May102021

Full-Body Workout

 

A number of years ago, the well-known and beloved professor Howard Hendricks was teaching at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS). As DTS was an all-male school at the time, the classroom was full of men who aspired to serve the Lord and exercise leadership within the church. It is...Read more

Sep082020

Remind Me Again

I recently read about man who lost the function of his memory due to a horrendous mix up in the operating theatre during which the wrong part of his brain was removed. In all other areas he functioned well, but he was unable to recall and remember. Therefore, every time...Read more

Aug112020

Willing Slaves

The late Bill Bright was a man who left a large footprint on the field of Christian service. Bill was the founder of one of the world’s largest Christian ministries, Campus Crusade for Christ, which he effectively developed and led for over fifty years. At the time of his death...Read more

Jul092020

Ready With An Answer

One of the men who influenced my life was an Irish Baptist pastor/church planter by the name of Jim Henry. He was a friend of my father who later became a friend of mine. Ours was a mutually enriching Paul/Timothy relationship. One of the things I loved about Jim was...Read more

Jun152020

American Unrest

Late last week, Pastor Philip was interviewed by Noah Dingley, the host of “Across The County,” which is heard on both KPRZ AM 1210 and KCBQ AM 1170 in San Diego, CA.  In the interview, Pastor Philip provides his insights into the current environment within the country, based on both his...Read more

May292020

Seize The Moment

The painting of Theodore Roosevelt by John Singer Sargent, which is one of many portraits that hang in the White House, has an unusual story attached to it. For several days the painter had been waiting about the stately mansion, hoping for the chance to see the President and gain...Read more

May152020

It's Time To Pray

The late Ray Stedman served as pastor of Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California, for many years. He once related a story told to him by a seasoned mariner who had navigated vessels around the world over a long career. The man had seen his fair share of surging...Read more

Apr242020

Bold As A Lion

Theodore Roosevelt was a force of nature and a formidable figure. He was full of vim and vigor, and his output in life would make the average head spin. An example of this drive and determination was evidenced on October 14, 1912, as Roosevelt was about to step into his...Read more

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