Resources by 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.

May 31

Why is Loneliness a Thing? by Scott Sauls

According to the Bible, we experience loneliness not because there is something wrong with us, but because there is something right with us.

Oct 18

Why Doctrine Still Matters by Scott Sauls

Culture will shift, our feelings will shift, and human opinion will shift. But truth will not.

Aug 9

When You Want to Put On a Mask by Scott Sauls

Jonah, David, and Paul saw the value of sometimes putting their worst foot forward as a way to show a watching world how long, high, wide and deep is the love of God.

Nov 15

When a Father Wound Defines You by Scott Sauls

When you’ve wrestled with God and prevailed with a blessing, it has a way of breaking the spell of insecurity and fear.

Jun 13

We Are Not Meant To Be Awesome by Scott Sauls

But what if your name has already been given to you, and your legacy has already been achieved?

May 10

Time to Cut the Emotional Umbilical Cord by Scott Sauls

God have mercy on us if we consider any possession to be so precious that we would prefer it over Him.

Mar 23

Thoughts On The Rise And Fall Of Pastors by Scott Sauls

As pastors, we are vulnerable to paint ourselves as victims on the one hand or to become bullies or crooks or adulterers on the other.

Jun 29

The Gospel vs. Moral Autonomy by Scott Sauls

For elder and younger brother types alike, the Father in heaven extends a generous and affectionate ‘welcome home.’

Mar 13

Jesus’ Left-Wing and Right-Wing Disciples by Scott Sauls

We should feel “at home” with people who share our faith but not our politics even more than we do with people who share our politics but not our faith.

Oct 30

Jesus’ Compassion for the Rich and Powerful by Scott Sauls

What does Jesus think about those who have money and celebrity? Is there a place for them at his Table and in his circle of friends?

Apr 3

Fighting, Taking Flight, and the Invitation to be Known by Scott Sauls

If your trust is anchored in Jesus, you never need to fear his frown. God has no anger left for you.

Apr 25

Comparison . . . The Thief of Joy by Scott Sauls

Our souls are glory-vacuums, fearfully and wonderfully made for an Esteem greater than self.