Let the Dead Date the Dead
The Matches Satan Loves to Make
Nov 13, 2018
If he cannot have you any other way, Satan will do everything he can to make an unbelieving “friend” look stunningly charming, attractive, exciting.
How to Love People You Don’t Like
Nov 6, 2018
Do you love anyone in your life in a way that cannot be explained by anything other than Jesus?
For Every Prayer That Goes Unanswered
Oct 25, 2018
How does God answer the unanswered prayers of his children? As Father.
Oh, for Grace to Trust You More
Oct 21, 2018
As much as Satan, unbelief, and circumstances tell you otherwise, God wrote “I love my children” in permanent marker across Calvary.
A Marriage Made in Hell
How Satan Counsels Christian Couples
Oct 15, 2018
Satan ruins marriages through lying, adultery, and abuse, but he also attacks in another sinister, more subtle way.
Is Venom in Our Veins?
Oct 6, 2018
As the world wrestles with who they are, know that in Christ you are not the antihero. You are not Venom. You are light.
A Grief Misunderstood
Sep 14, 2018
The world tells us one story about grief. God tells another. He has a place for your tears, patience for your process, and promises for your healing.
Is Pornography Your Therapy?
Sep 3, 2018
Are you tired, anxious, or unhappy? You are vulnerable to the old therapy of pornography. But a greater Counselor invites you near.
Singleness Was a Curse
Aug 27, 2018
What God really says about singleness is often drowned out with empty Christian clichés about how wonderful singleness is.
Sinners, Saints, or Hypocrites
The Lies We Spread About Grace
Aug 20, 2018
When we discount the grace of good works in the Christian life, we betray how little we really know of God’s grace.
Haters Gon’ Hate
A Liberating Truth for People Pleasers
Aug 14, 2018
Blessed are you when Jesus’s haters hate you. It is precious confirmation that you are his.
How to Sabotage a Bible Study
Jul 30, 2018
The tragic irony in many group Bible studies is that God’s word sits open on our laps while we discuss our own thoughts and opinions.
The Most Dangerous Place to Live
The Subtle Perils of the Past
Jul 17, 2018
The past is an exquisite place to visit, and a menacing, soul-destroying place to live. Beware the subtle and serious dangers of nostalgia.
Let Precious Moments Pass You By
Jul 10, 2018
As Christians, we do not have to try and capture all of our precious moments because our Father, for the glory of his Son, is storing them up for us in heaven.
Men Under Fire
Why We Need Male Friends
Jul 6, 2018
The enemy laughs when men charge into battle alone. But the earth quakes and demons flee when Spirit-filled men storm the gates of hell together.
‘Happy Wife, Happy Life’
And Other Misleading Advice to Young Husbands
Jun 19, 2018
Lasting joy in our marriages is found in living out the drama of Christ and his bride, not Adam and his.
But If Not
Walking into Suffering with Faith
Jun 11, 2018
God is able to deliver us from any fiery furnace, if he chooses. But if not, we will not bow our knee to any other.
Have You Left Your First Love?
Jun 5, 2018
If you feel far from Christ and miss the days when you adored him, he calls you to come back in three words: remember, repent, return.
You Are Who God Says You Are
Jun 3, 2018
If the Christian believed half of what God says about him in the Scripture, he will not need to prop himself up with cheap self–esteem.
Time Cannot Forgive Our Sin
May 28, 2018
Time may seem to heal a human heart, but it does not remedy an offense against Almighty God.
Why Satan Might Keep You from Porn
May 23, 2018
Satan will happily concede you victory over pornography if he can capture your heart through pride.
You Are Totally (Not) Depraved
How to Recover Positive Self-Image
May 14, 2018
The church should not be going to the world to learn about self-esteem and self-image. We should be the happiest and healthiest people on the planet.
Fighting for Life in ‘A Quiet Place’
Apr 11, 2018
Witnessing fictional terror can help us see the domesticated horrors that surround us every day — and the beauty of selfless love that rises to confront it.
It Was My Sin That Held Him There
Weeping at the Foot of the Cross
Mar 30, 2018
He was forsaken so that we might be accepted. He was crushed so that we might be healed. He was killed so that we might live.