Viewed through a scriptural lens, our prayers (or lack thereof) might be just as culpable for the troubled state of our nation as the actions and decisions of our leaders—if not more so.
Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.
For some decades now, as evidenced in my writing, I’ve believed that American Christianity has been less and less interested in God and more and more in doing good things for God.
We wait for hope and for healing and for miracles. We wait for a global pandemic to subside. We wait on God. It’s one of his favorite tools to get our attention.
This guest article was written by Jerome Daley, author of Gravitas: The Monastic Rhythms of Healthy Leadership
One of the ways in which I’ve tried to make sense of the trajectory of my life has been, for years now, kee
Resurrection does not have to do exclusively with what happens after we are buried or cremated. It does have to do with that, but first of all it has to do with the way we live right now.
By Eric E.
In the context of these understandable yet piercing questions, choosing to believe that God is for you and not against you can be difficult.
Jesus came to be God with us—on both the starry night in Bethlehem and in the loneliness of a quarantined home. On a sunny Galilean hillside and in crowded grocery store lines.
Many of my peers participated in Lenten fasts… even though they also came from evangelical or other Protestant denominations.
When approached with intentionality and adequate structure, the Daniel Diet can produce unprecedented personal results.