We can weep over the brokenness of loneliness without cheapening the sweetness of the presence of the Holy Spirit or the work of Christ to reconcile us to the Father.
What if you were called on this Thanksgiving to give a report of what you were thankful for?
We shouldn’t overlook the importance of managing, as stewards, what God has divinely determined to place under our care.
Four things I wish I could have told myself before I became an elder.
This week’s links include resources on moral failings, gathering together, saying “I’m sorry,” and children of Eden.
With all the difficulties and stresses of 2020, I’ve noticed my heart gravitating toward groaning and murmuring rather than choosing thanksgiving.
Maybe you can’t experience church exactly the way you want to right now. But what if the experience of church isn’t supposed to be all about you?
A pastor who doesn’t know what a healthy church looks like finds fresh air in every wind of doctrine.
After genre, the next step in your exegesis is to determine the limits of the passage that you are studying.
Motherhood is too weighty a responsibility to be built on any other foundation than the truth of God’s Word.