I've never prayed for patience because I know what the process would entail, yet today may be my day of reckoning.
When we choose to follow Jesus we are choosing life, and as followers we are called to help others do the same.
What can we learn about Jesus when we take time to unpack the meaning and significance of Christ as our cornerstone?
Am I worthy even when my best isn't good enough? Learn what God has to say.
It's time we faced the harsh reality that "the bride of Christ" sometimes does more to turn people away from Jesus than those who are in the world.
The orbits of our lives shift and change throughout our journey, but our orbit around the Son remains central.
Beauty matters. It's God's promise that this is not the end. Where then can we look for beauty that lasts?
I've been reflecting recently on some impenetrable walls in my life, and how after pushing up against them with no effect, Jesus shows up and miraculously moves me to the other side. This epiphany called to mind the post-resurrection accounts of Jesus appearing in locked rooms, transcending spaces where his disciples had hidden in fear. [...]
It was six days until Passover. Jesus felt the weight of all that meant upon his shoulders. But not tonight. Tonight was his final respite, and he was grateful for it. And there was cause for celebration: Lazarus had been dead, but now he was alive again. His friends saw this as a miraculous, if [...]
Judas is a reminder that we always have a choice: draw close to God by acting on the truth we've been given, or reject God's truth and become blind to it.