Links For The Church (4/17)

by Staff April 16, 2017

You Are Not Your Pain

"But when we look up from our visible, temporary circumstances to our invisible, eternal Creator, we see who we were truly created to be in relation to him. And we are not our pain."

In He Is Me

In this piece by Matt Neidig, the beauty of union with Christ is displayed. His story of how God refreshed his heart can encourage those who struggle to believe, "God loves you."

When Dying Feels Like Death

Amy Gannett describes the pain of taking up your cross and following Jesus. The old parts of us that need to die are not easy to bury, but submission to God makes it possible.

Students & A Lifetime of Global Engagement

Students need to be discipled in the biblical truth of global engagement. Stefani Varner shares twelve ways to equip young people to heed the Great Commission. 

What is the Historical Evidence That Jesus Lived and Died?

This simple, informative piece by Simon Gathercole gives a series of answers to the most prominent questions about Jesus' life and death. It is especially helpful as an introduction to historical proof of Jesus. 

How does God's Word impact our prayers?

God invites His children to talk with Him, yet our prayers often become repetitive and stale. How do we have a real conversation with God? How do we come to know Him so that we may pray for His will as our own?

In the Bible, God speaks to us as His children and gives us words for prayer—to praise Him, confess our sins, and request His help in our lives.

We’re giving away a free eBook copy of Praying the Bible, where Donald S. Whitney offers practical insight to help Christians talk to God with the words of Scripture.