Navigating our faith in the dark seasons of life requires the development of a sixth sense, an ability to engage and perceive God beyond the five senses through which we experience our natural world.
When it comes to the border crisis, the church must sit in the tension with humility and an appetite for learning.
When we hesitate or downplay our need for community we are downplaying the image of God in us.
La multiplicación de iglesias es la única manera de reducir, efectivamente, la brecha del evangelio y crear un impacto que perdurará más allá de nuestra generación.
What one pastor has learned about co-pastoring a church — with someone other than her spouse.
“We can only get better by learning lessons from the past.”
Know what you believe so that you can live what you believe.
“What if the sun dies while people are still on earth?” This question posed by my son caused me to reflect on the death and resurrection of Jesus.
The breathtaking transcendence of the reality of the resurrection was revealed during one of the most ordinary, routine things we do: eating a meal.
When we choose a positive attitude, we take our shovel full of positivity and begin to build a mountain that provides a higher perspective.
Pastor Kelley illuminates the power of God to turn our efforts and even our failures toward God’s glory.
Author Mike Hilson hopes to create a place where readers can gather around a table with their favorite drink or food and have a natural conversation about biblical truth.
The Kingdom Revealed: A Devotional Study on the Sermon on the Mount is focused on the message Jesus taught recorded in Matthew 5–7; the kingdom is not something far off, but a depiction of the Christian life — a life of holiness — in the present. “No matter how long...
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