Where is God when a shooter takes a dozen innocent lives or when predators exploit innocent children? How do we make sense of evil in our world?
Jesus loved and healed the physically impoverished, and rebuked, forgave and dined with the spiritually poor. If we are to follow him we must grow a heart for everyone.
What if the most powerful evangelism is to love those who don't love you or who instead do wrong to you? God's lessons to a reluctant student.
Joshua son of Nun secretly sent out from Shittim two men as spies: “Go. Look over the land. Check out Jericho.” They left and arrived at the house of a harlot named Rahab and stayed there. The king of Jericho was told, “We’ve just learned that men arrived tonight to spy out the land. They’re from the …
God calls on all of us to lead some people at some time. Joshua's experience offers guidance to ensure that we lead in such a way that others may follow.
My heart broke this week as I watched the coverage of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury report and heard this on CNN: And whenever she hears the word “God,” Carolyn said, flashbacks of abuse keep coming back. “The word ‘God’ makes me think of him [her abuser],” she said. “I just feel like my whole life …
Simply serving communion enriched my understanding of the mystery of Christ's blood sacrifice.
The weight of unconfessed sin becomes unbearable. That's what makes forgiveness such a powerful cornerstone of Christianity.
Enjoy a video of praise from Ephesians, set to the backdrop of Lake Como, Italy.
Sadly, the church today has become one of the biggest stumbling blocks to faith in Christ. So much so that churches are changing how they look on the outside; but are we doing enough to change the inside?