Even in the ICU
Why Hope Will Conquer Death
Apr 28, 2020
At the tomb of Lazarus, Jesus made death serve his power and glory. In every calamity that falls on us, he knows how to do the same.
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.
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.
For Now, We Groan
Finding Hope in a Fractured World
Dec 4, 2017
If life feels totally out of sync, it’s because it is. For now, we groan in a broken world, waiting for God to make us whole.
The Only Freedom from Remorse
May 24, 2018
Some of us have made such horrible decisions that others will never be the same. Such remorse will threaten to swallow us if we carry our failures by ourselves.
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