Idolatry at the Office
Confessions of a Workaholic
Oct 16, 2017
The applause of people can feel like a balm for our brokenness. But until we’ve found our rest in God, we will always be grasping for more.
Out of the Depths I Cry to You
Turning to Psalms in Depression
Aug 26, 2017
Depression threatens our joy in Christ, but even as we walk through the valley of the shadow of darkness, he is with us.
Big Kids Should Cry More
Why Weeping Is Not Weakness
Jul 6, 2017
We live in a culture that idolizes power and equates sadness with weakness. But the strongest Person ever wept.
God Desires Your Heart, Not Your Degree
Jun 14, 2017
Education cannot serve two masters. Will you glorify God, or self, in your studies?
The Quiet Plague of Painkillers
The Opioid Crisis in America
Apr 22, 2017
Opioid-related deaths have quadrupled, totaling over 500,000 since 2000. But the pain in our souls that drives the demand cannot be killed with pills.
He Loves You Even More Than I Do
Letter to My Children
Apr 11, 2017
Fiercer than a thousand suns is a mother’s love for her children. But a godly mother knows that her children are first and foremost God’s.
Christian, Your Pain Is Never Punishment
Feb 2, 2017
It may feel like God punishes us for our sin or lack of faith, but God works all things, even pain, for the good of those who love him.
The Breath of Life
Should Christians Agree to Ventilator Support?
Dec 14, 2016
God has given amazing medical gifts to mankind. But how far should we allow doctors to go to save our lives or the lives of our loved ones?
Words We Dread to Hear
Coma, Brain Death, and Christian Hope
Nov 21, 2016
Patients with brain death appear indistinguishable from those with reversible injuries, but the differences are critical — and the Bible prepare us for both.
Four Ways to Pray in the Wake of Zika
Aug 19, 2016
More cases of Zika virus are confirmed in Miami — now in a new area of the city. Today the CDC advised pregnant women not to travel to Miami Beach.
From Medical Doctor to Stay-at-Home Mom
Aug 17, 2016
Many mothers are torn between leaning in to their careers and opting out to stay at home. A medical doctor explains her journey through motherhood to God.
Doctors Live on the Brink of Death
Jul 20, 2016
She held his heart in her hand while it stopped, never to start again. Like many doctors, this heart-wrenching tragedy was part of her full-time job.