What Will You Leave Behind?

Jon Bloom
What Will You Leave Behind?

Author, playwright, poet, and Christian apologist, Dorothy Sayers, once wrote, “What we make is more important than what we are, particularly if ‘making’ is our profession.”

By professional “making,” Sayers was referring particularly to artists. But in reality, all of…

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Why We Can Trust Him

Trillia Newbell
Why We Can Trust Him
*Trust in the Lord.* Those little words do indeed pack a lot of truth, but what does it really mean to trust the Lord and how might our encouragement better point us to the One we can trust? In other words, yes, we want to trust the Lord, but why can we? Continue Reading

Banished from Humanity

Randy Alcorn
Banished from Humanity

The safest road to hell is the gradual one — the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. –C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters

C.S. Lewis said many profound and fascinating things about hell. Some are biblically…

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Leading with Joy

Larry Osborne
Leading with Joy
If I can’t lead with a grateful and joyful heart, the kingdom will be better served if I step aside or take a timeout so that someone else can take the mantle. Leading “with joy and not with groaning” is for the good of our people (Hebrews 13:17). Continue Reading