My name is Drew Hunter. I’m rescued by Jesus, married to Christina, raising three rascals, and preaching the gospel at Zionsville Fellowship in Zionsville, Indiana.
This blog exists to further the cause of gospel renewal in our lives.
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“Because of the tender mercy of God” (Luke 1:78). That’s Zechariah’s answer to the question, Why did Jesus come? The Roots of Advent Zechariah’s song is like a tree. Not like a Christmas tree, which we prop up because it … Continue reading
According to everyone, eating food is a necessary rhythm of life. According to Jesus, eating words is another one. “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God,” he said (Matt. 4:4). … Continue reading
As the election season nears its end, we are left wondering how to process it all, and what the Bible has to say in times like these. One of the great themes in Matthew’s gospel is the mystery of God’s … Continue reading
How is this new church doing? How are these Christians coming along? Those were Paul’s concerns about this little church he planted in Thessalonica. After being run out of town, he heard news of their growing faith, hope, and love. … Continue reading
What do Isaiah’s beautiful gospel-expectations sound like when sung? [email readers may need to see post for video] Long in darkness Israel wandered; Long in mortal shadows, we Walked in bondage and self-pity, Trod in paths of sin and grief. … Continue reading
Benjamin Grosvenor, a little-known English pastor in the 1700s, preached a sermon titled, “The Temper of Jesus.” It is a reflection on the words of Jesus when he said “that repentance and forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in his name to … Continue reading
Excellent reminder of the supremacy of Christ above all things. Not one of these 18 minutes gets old. [email subscribers may need to visit page to view video above] Colossians 1:15-20: He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of … Continue reading