When we hesitate or downplay our need for community we are downplaying the image of God in us.
The breathtaking transcendence of the reality of the resurrection was revealed during one of the most ordinary, routine things we do: eating a meal.
If we want to invest in what matters most to God, we must mobilize a multiethnic, multigenerational and multieconomic Kingdom Force of disciples making disciples.
As he paced the floor during a worship session, Nick sensed God telling him that it was time to forgive his dad.
Mutual submission happens from above, below and beside.
One of the greatest challenges of a leader is to make people decisions. You just can’t see everyone.
Who is your neighbor anyway?
I’m prompted to fight for the relationships that matter and to love with ferocity.
God’s view of healing may be different than yours.
Dr. Matthew Sleeth gives seven applicable examples of how to live with a gospel-driven perspective in everyday life.
Once you realize your need for a relationship with Jesus, as well as the importance of relationships with others, joy and authenticity can easily follow.
Of all days for the cashier to tell Jim Dunn to “enjoy life!” it had to be on the anniversary of his wife’s homegoing to heaven. But God spoke to Jim through that exchange as only he can.
What do we do, those of us who really want to see our marriages succeed? We work on the most important relationship. And it’s not our marriage.