The whole story of God both compels a life and compassion and frees us from the fear of death.
Even a short-statured, gold-toothed, Muslim-background, dialect-speaking gypsy lady living in Europe can worship our Lord.
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented dependence on God.
When we fail to embrace our limits, we are living as less than human.
We may not see hope in death, but there is.
How do we teach our congregations to have biblically-charged conversations about race?
As I was staring at my wife, who had recently been diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer, I no longer had his praise in my lungs or on my lips.
Sometimes it takes a lifetime to truly appreciate all the ways a good dad made all the difference.
Fear and faith will always fight for a place in your life. Let faith win.
When I think of this wild year, I will think of 1 John 3: remembering how Christ has called us to love.
Eeyore’s mentality is, “Why bother?” But there is room for hope.
This is our chance to turn the “Great Pause” of quarantine into a “Great Reset” and launch into a new chapter of our lives and ministries, prioritizing what matters most.
Wesleyans are part of a tradition of Christians who believe that the gospel of Jesus Christ ought to shape not only our personal morality but our politics.
The baking aisle shelves held no flour, and I began to panic.
En la ausencia de mi dulce madre, hoy dejaré que mis palabras levanten un homenaje por lo que ella representó en mi vida.
In the absence of my sweet mother, today, I will let my words lift a tribute for what she represented in my life.
When we recoil in fear and allow terror to gain space in our hearts, we are stepping away from God’s invitation to make all things new.
A Canadian man has battled cancer for years. But his hope remains rooted in Christ as he lives each day with the disease.
As pastors, our job is to equip the ministers in our church. If we equip well and, they, in turn minister well, then the church may rise up as more essential and grace-filled than any time in recent Western history.
Janet Thompson sacrificially loved like Jesus.
We all have had our normal lives disrupted by this COVD-19 pandemic, but it is important for us to realize that we are people of faith, not fear.
We have, as we should, an abundance of caution these days. But do we have an abundance of love?
Historically, the Church has always stepped up to the plate; let’s not let this time be any different.
I was exposed to COVID-19 and have been quarantined.