God gives us these moments of beauty-noticing—slowing down and unplugging from a digital, deadline world—to wake us up to the mystery and the beauty inherent in all of life.
When it comes to our children's salvation, we must be careful that our eagerness does not overcome their readiness.
Christ invites us to freely approach the throne, but not to usurp it. He invites us to come as children, not as rebels.
When it comes to suffering, avoidance and escape are our defaults. But there is an invitation to consider the trials in our lives as sources of joy.
Touching and handling a Bible anchors us physically to God’s gracious gift of the Bible itself.
Parents should take comfort in the fact that the primary work of salvation in a child’s heart is the work of God.
Come to Him - especially if you don’t feel joyful - and ask for joy from the Healer, the Care-giver, and the only One who can turn your sorrow into joy.