Sometimes we’re infatuated with this life—our homes, cars, entertainment. A pandemic can fracture that.
The land of exile is the locus of theological formation.
God is my refuge on one hand, and the darkness is my companion on the other.
The Old Testament encourages an unusually bold witness in evangelism in many ways.
One of the most well-known truths in Matthew is that he describes it as the “kingdom of heaven” rather than kingdom of God.
This week's links include resources on college students, talking about death with children, Christ's pursuing love, and hospitality during COVID-19.
What happens when these groups and programs aren’t gathering?
What does the prayer we say to God say to us about times of trouble?
The safest place for our faith while hurting is in the hands of our faithful Creator.
How can a church know it's on the right track? What are some signs of faithfulness?