Scott Sauls

Scott Sauls is the Senior Pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee and the author of the books Jesus Outside the Lines and From Weakness to Strength. He blogs regularly from his website at ScottSauls.com. Scott lives with his wife Patti and two daughters, Abby and Ellie, in Nashville.

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 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.

Aug 18

Identifying and Forsaking Our Spiritual Mistresses by Scott Sauls

It’s not that we love the thing (whatever it is) too much. Rather, it’s that we love God too little in comparison to it.

Jun 9

Rich and Miserable — How Can It Be? by Scott Sauls

If most of us spend forty or more waking hours each week devoted to work of some kind, how could we not consider how those hours are impacted by our identity as followers of Christ?

May 5

Can We Really Stomach God’s Grace? by Scott Sauls

Grace is indeed amazing. But it is the furthest thing from comfortable.

Apr 7

Why Every Single Person Matters by Scott Sauls

He, the Creator of everything that is, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, the Alpha and the Omega, the Seed who crushed the serpent’s head, the Beginning and the End, became weak, disabled, and disposed of.

Mar 17

Humility and Greatness are the Same Thing by Scott Sauls

Whether we are aware of it or not, each of us lives with a deep craving for positive, life-giving verdicts to overrule the negative verdicts pronounced over us from the outside and from within.

Feb 10

On Feeling Lonely by Scott Sauls

Whether from a stage or behind a pulpit or through a screen, we look a lot more together than what we feel in our hearts.

Dec 2

The Healthiest Ordering of Our Loves by Scott Sauls

When the love of Jesus captivates us, our hearts will naturally, and quite effortlessly, love him first and to love him most.

Sep 14

The True Meaning of Success by Scott Sauls

We simply cannot manufacture character in ourselves, no matter how hard we try. Love is not a to-do-list.