What Happens in Baptism?
How God Finds, Surrounds, and Keeps Us
Aug 21, 2021
In baptism, our lives are caught up into Christ’s. His death becomes our death. His burial becomes our burial. And his rising becomes our rising.
Can You Repent If You Were Caught?
Three Signs of Godly Sorrow
Feb 16, 2020
After being caught in sin, some “repent” only to save face, while others genuinely turn to God. How can we tell the difference?
‘Dad, How Big Is God?’
Parenting Through the Tough Questions
Apr 11, 2018
Tough questions are an opportunity for parents to develop patterns of honesty, treat their kids with dignity, and speak the gospel with creativity.
One Question to Ask Before You Text
Feb 3, 2018
Some use texting to avoid hard conversations. Others use texting to manipulate or control others. Either way, how we text reveals a lot about our hearts.
How to Stop Flirting with Sin
Nov 6, 2017
Accountability that has no hard word for a brother or sister who gives into sin continually is not accountability.
God Will Bring You Through
Finding Strength for the Storms You Face
Aug 10, 2017
In life’s storms, we don’t need a new revelation, a new word from God, or a new promise. We need to cling to the promises God has already given.
Hospitality Is War
Feb 28, 2017
Christian hospitality isn’t just a nice thing to do. It’s an act of warfare against sin and Satan.
Four Daily Prayers for Your Children
Nov 16, 2016
We have countless prayerful concerns for our children. A short, simple Bible verse may be a good place to start.
Your Joy Soothes Another’s Grief
Sep 6, 2016
Whether it’s victory over some long-term sin, an end to a crisis, or a huge answer to earnest prayer, let the church share in your joy.
Is God Keeping Something from You?
Jun 15, 2016
Is God withholding something good from you that you’ve wanted for a long time? Maybe his withholding is a greater good than what you’ve wanted.
A Joyful Cog in His Giant Plan
Nov 26, 2015
We are our own paparazzi. We’re constantly snapping pictures — posting what we made for lunch and chronicling our lives one selfie at a time. As we scroll through our social media feeds, read blogs, and observe each other’s lives, there is a temptation to envy the eventful, fast-paced lifestyle.
Two Bedtime Prayers for Weary Parents
Sep 4, 2015
I want to suggest two modest prayers to help you slow down during those moments when you tuck the kids into bed. When your mind is still spinning from the day’s labors, may these three-word prayers enable you take the few extra moments to linger with your children in the quietness of bedtime.
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