How to Care for the Brokenhearted at Christmas
Dec 9, 2022
Christmas has a way of making life’s sweet things sweeter and hard things harder. So how can we bring comfort to the suffering this Christmas?
Death Will Teach You What to Say Today
Aug 26, 2021
If you knew today were your last day, what might you say to those around you? Why not speak those words today while you still can?
Why Would God Allow My Disappointment?
Nov 23, 2020
For every disappointment God sends our way, he sends a promise along with it. This setback, painful as it is, is working something far better than what we wanted.
Four Lies My Teachers Told Me
Jan 2, 2020
The college campus can be a dangerous and confusing place for young Christians. Prepare your heart before you walk into the classroom.
Defy the Enemies of Your Soul
Jul 13, 2019
Holy defiance resists temptation, reclaims enemy territory, and refuses to curse God in suffering. It brings us to boil with passion for God’s name.
How to Fail as a Leader
Four Lessons from King Saul
May 22, 2019
The Bible is full of leaders who obeyed God’s commands — and those who didn’t. Here are four leadership lessons from Israel’s first failed king.
How Not to Respond to Doubt
Feb 27, 2019
When someone shares their doubts with you, resist the impulse to shame them, ignore them, or fear them. Listen carefully, and rely on God.
Your Work Is Not Meaningless to God
Nov 19, 2018
No matter how much your work may feel meaningless on any given day, God has a purpose in your faithfulness.
Silas, Dorcas, Mnason, and Me
The Glory in Being God’s Nobody
Sep 6, 2018
Even in your most grueling tasks on your most thankless days, the God of heaven sees and delights in the ways you serve others.
You Are Not Your Pain
Apr 10, 2017
The roots of some pain run so deep that they become entangled with our identity. The way out is to define yourself by Jesus’s wounds rather than your own.
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