Healthy Pastors Have Emotions
How to Test and Cultivate Your Feelings
May 26, 2022
An emotionally healthy pastor doesn’t suppress what he feels, but tests what he feels against the example of Jesus and the counsel of others.
Six Common Myths About Missions
Feb 22, 2021
Missions work is glorious, yet often misunderstood. Whether you send or go, consider six myths you might believe.
Why Did God Heal Me?
Lessons from an Unexpected Miracle
Sep 26, 2020
It is far better to have our sins forgiven than to have our bodies healed. But healing is still a precious gift, and one God still loves to give.
What Makes Any Marriage Difficult
Three Questions to Help Yours Grow
May 9, 2020
Living with a spouse can be difficult because we each so easily see each other’s sin. Yet in doing so, we also can see more of God’s grace.
Minor Prophets in My Home
How Children Reveal Our Idols
Sep 20, 2019
As much as parents are discerning and shepherding our children’s hearts, they reveal every bit as much about ours.
Foster Care as the Way of Christ
Feb 3, 2017
Caring for foster children can be hard on our hearts and our families. But God calls his blood–bought, adopted children to care for children in need.
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