3 Ideas For Thoughtfully Engaging People Who Disagree With You
Bruce Ashford writes about how the missionary ought to engage with those who have different world views. He encourages compassion and asking good questions.
Beware the Complacency of “Once Saved, Always Saved”
"You see, the evidence of saving faith is not the intensity of emotion at the beginning but its endurance over time." - J.D. Greear
Christians Grieve the Death of Believing Loved Ones, But We Don’t Grieve Without Hope
Randy Alcorn writes about the difference between funerals of those who are believers and those who are not. He shares about the distinguishing factor of our hope for believers who have died.
You Didn’t Do ‘Nothing’ Today
"God uses the weak and the unseen and the overlooked," writes Emma Scrivener. She provides hope and encouragement for the stay-at-home mom.
So, What Did Jesus Think about the Old Testament?
Jesus loved the Old Testament and elevated it as God's Word. Michael Kruger walks through various passages where Jesus did just that, and Kruger helps us see how much Jesus valued the Old Testament.
5 Myths about Studying the Bible
"According to Jesus, everything in Scripture in some way relates to loving God or loving our neighbor. So one very simple method for studying the Bible is asking good questions that help us to see the very things that God wants us to see in Scripture." - Matthew Harmon
The First Empty Nest
Stacy Reaoch writes about the different times in parenthood where one might struggle with a form of empty nesting. She shares how to find joy in a hard season.