A pastor’s friend returned home to find his son dead. He had committed suicide.
Isn’t it amazing how quickly we can make things about us instead of about Jesus?
Do you need to live in a constant state of super faith always believing and have no seasons of doubt to be saved?
Unexpected challenges are bound to surface this Christmas season. But one thing we know: Jesus came, and he still comes to hearts that are open to him.
Jesus came from heaven to earth and took on humanity, knowing full well that his mission would culminate in his sacrificial death on the cross.
No matter how you celebrate Easter remember that hope is found in an empty tomb–not in bunnies, chicks, and colored eggs.
Jesus did something unheard of, when, as a somebody, he became a nobody.
A Wesleyan college student joins hundreds of thousands of other teens and young adults to pray in our nation’s capital.
The prayers of Christ from the cross serve as an excellent model for our praying during this Holy Week.
Jim Dunn relates childhood basketball memories with how it looks to keep our eyes focused on Jesus amidst a world of distractions.
No matter what you endured in 2015 or what you face in 2016, you can have hope in the New Year.
God is the divine kiss for all people, taking what has been distorted by sin and twisting his own lips to make human beings beautiful.
Jim Dunn has one change he’d like to make in 2015, and he is inviting you to join him.
An offended airline passenger shouted, “You shouldn’t say [Merry Christmas] because not everyone celebrates Christmas!” Everett Piper examines what the world would be like without the holiday.
Who were Jesus’ grandparents and what did they think of Mary’s unmarried pregnancy? Ron McClung speculates how they could have felt.
It was Christmas break my sophomore year of college. I was driving home for winter break on a two-lane road through snowy, rural West Virginia. I hit ice and slid down an embankment.
As we slowed down to drive through a small town, a church marquee caught my eye. It said, “Autumn leaves. Jesus never does.”
Are you seeking Jesus and his work in your daily life? And are you seeking out friendship so others can know Jesus’ saving grace?
Filled with humor and heartwarming stories, author Mark O. Wilson presents in Purple Fish an approach for sharing Jesus that is engaging, nonthreatening, and genuine.
“He really cared well for my mom. He’s really an exceptional man, very Christ-like in his demeanor and attitude.” Read what one man said about Ebola patient Dr. Kent Brantly.
An epiphany is a new thought or insight or an experience of sudden and striking realizations. Something clearly appears when an epiphany takes place. Where do you need Jesus to appear today?
How can you be generous with your witness for Christ this Easter?