Christian Life

Oct 15

Our Father Almighty by David McLemore

God’s fatherhood capacity has no limit.

Oct 13

Loving The Legalists by Jaylenn Wong

Do you still bear the marks that legalism left? If so, do you have compassion and love for those who are still under that lash?

Oct 13

The Most Important Thing by Jim Elliff

When wars have ceased, international leaders have become dust and the poverty of their souls is revealed; when enterprises crumble and the last dream has evaporated; when death has claimed the final person, and those alive are changed for their eternal future; when everything earthly and mundane is over, and each person resides in heaven […]

Oct 6

The “Bad Math” of Derailing Spiritually by Scott Sauls

C.S. Lewis famously said that when we read history, we find that those who did the most for the present world are also the ones who thought the most of the next. In other words, the more heavenly minded we are—the more our heads and hearts are fixed on Jesus, his kingdom, and his purposes—the […]

Sep 15

My Darkest Night; Hopefully Not Yours by Jim Elliff

If a man has no hope, nor any prospect of arriving at a place where the slightest wisp of hope could blow like a gentle breeze over him, how could he ever be happy again?

Sep 14

Minutes and Seconds Compose Holiness by Harper Roderick

While I know the big picture (being that I am eternally in Christ), I forget that right now I exist in time which is made up of moments. It is in these moments that I am called to reflect the character of Christ.

Sep 13

This is the Year We Were Supposed to Leave Midwestern Seminary by Jared C. Wilson

I don’t know why I have to keep relearning this lesson. I know what the Bible says about saying what you’re going to do tomorrow. In short — don’t.

Sep 13

God Has Destined Us for Sonship Not Employment by Tyler Greene

God’s predestining love has guaranteed that seat for us now and forever.

Sep 8

The Servanthood of the Believer by Lyndsay Dreyer

Love gives without expecting in return. This can be challenging because it does not come naturally to us. We are not naturally selfless. We are, by nature: selfish, self-driven, self-obsessed, self-promoting, and self-prioritized human beings that could stand a good and hearty lesson on love and selflessness. Followers of Christ are to be imitators of […]

Sep 8

The Love of God…More Than A Second-Hand Emotion by Scott Sauls

Being in covenant with God means that once we become his children, we cannot un-become his children.