I am thrown off kilter right now if I stop to consider how radically our world has changed in so brief a time. Turbulence rolls across America in Biblical proportions. Where can we look for light?
We, as followers of Jesus, are called to display the love, compassion and grace of Jesus in a cancel culture.
The "minor prophet" Joel prophesied Pentecost in vivid language to a sinful people in desperate need of hope for salvation. People just like us, before Jesus.
John identifies 7 benefits to believing in Jesus. Which have you claimed?
What can true crime podcasts reveal about the spiritual battle raging in our world?
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.
What would it look like to fully embrace the power given to us in the Spirit?
Loving our neighbors as ourselves is one of those Christian notions that is so familiar it tends to lose its punch...and this idea honestly packs a wallop!
Everything I own has broken recently, my dishwasher, refrigerator, etc. It's disappointing...and costly. And so it is with the brokenness of sin.
What are you risking for your faith? Is it really a risk if we live and give for God, but then retreat to the comfort of our current lifestyles at the end of the day?