Worship in Your Waiting
Jun 11, 2017
Whether our waiting feels easy or hard at the moment, how we wait is shaping the people we are becoming. Only worship can fill our waiting with hope.
The Sovereign Hand of Sleeplessness
Mar 3, 2015
I am on the red-eye flight to school-aged children, and I’m weary of the tiredness. Fellow parents of young children know what I mean by this, with their own recent memories of recurring nights in which each little person in…
Sunday Morning with Little Ones
Nov 27, 2016
Parents, when you run out of patience in worship, remember God parents you and will give you everything you need.
Did the Church Hurt You?
Dec 16, 2017
Church pain is real, common, and often deeply disorienting. If we’re going to love Jesus’s bride in the long run, we need to remember three things.
Keeping the Heart in Our Christmas Traditions
Dec 8, 2015
What does God want from us this Christmas? Our hearts. Our traditions can never cover a heart that is dirty, or far from God.
Pull the Mask Off of Fear
Aug 13, 2015
We live in a broken world where really bad things really do happen, even (and sometimes especially) to people who really love Jesus.
The Runaway Nun
Katharina von Bora (1499–1552)
Oct 30, 2017
Katharina married Martin Luther to survive as a runaway nun, but their marriage proved to be a model in a time when “pastor’s wife” was a new role.
Why I Was Not Pro-Life
Mar 15, 2016
I was disturbed by what I knew about abortion, but did relatively little to actually be pro-life, from the heart. Until God graciously opened my eyes.