Assurance for the Unassured
Finding Hope in the Names of God
May 28, 2023
Those who often deal with doubts over their own salvation may find deeper assurance from a surprising source: God’s infinite commitment to his name.
Train Them Up in Jesus
The One-Verse Vision for Dads
May 25, 2023
What does it mean to raise children in the “discipline and instruction” of the Lord? These two concepts represent indispensable facets of faithful Christian fatherhood.
Find Your Way to Help the Hurting
May 23, 2023
When suffering comes to those around you, don’t assume someone else will step up and help. Assume God plans to meet one of their many needs through you.
Resisting a Common Temptation
May 21, 2023
How often is there a hitch in your obedience, or an edge to your obedience, or self-pity in your obedience?
Conversion Story of a Nation
How Suffering Led Armenia to Christ
May 20, 2023
The gospel often advances with great power through suffering. What lessons and encouragement might we draw for missions today from the remarkable story of Gregory the Illuminator?
Why Boys Don’t Wrestle Girls
Lessons for Our Future Men
May 19, 2023
In a day when boys may be expected to wrestle girls, our sons need clear lessons that God made men to protect, not dominate, the women in their lives.
Roast What You Kill
Becoming a Man Who Follows Through
May 18, 2023
Meet the sophisticated sloth: he dates but never marries, attends church but never joins, works hard only when others watch — and rarely finishes what he begins.
He Drew Me Through Agony
My Painful Path to Faith
May 17, 2023
While working in the ER, suffering shattered her nominal faith. Within a year, her pain became the path God used to lead her to himself.
Attention, Affection, Authority
Primer for Parenting Young Children
May 16, 2023
“Do not provoke your children,” the apostle Paul warns fathers. Instead, show them focused attention, manifest affection, and calm authority.
Slow to Chide, Swift to Bless
Vision for Earthly Fathers
May 15, 2023
As sinful as we are, our heavenly Father is “slow to chide, and swift to bless.” How much more should earthly fathers aspire to be the same with our children?
Wise Women Build Homes
Motherhood’s Lasting Influence
May 14, 2023
As an imperfect but God-fearing woman builds her house, she becomes for her children Wisdom’s first face, first voice, first touch.
Love Your Children, Love God More
Lessons from Sarah Edwards
May 13, 2023
Sarah Edwards was not only a devoted Christian, but also a mother of eleven children. What might her example of bearing, raising, and losing children teach us today?
Not All Obedience Is Christian
May 12, 2023
Christians do not work for our salvation, but we do work out our salvation as God powerfully works within us. All Christian obedience, then, begins on the inside.