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May 28

The Next 10 Years: The Context of Theology by Owen Strachan

We are called to minister grace and truth. We need to shepherd pilgrims on their way to the New Jerusalem. How can we do this well in the next 10 years?

May 28

Why Do Christians Need to Hear the Gospel Every Day? by Cameron Smart

Some people believe that the gospel is only useful for evangelism. But followers of Jesus need to continue hearing the gospel even after they are born again.

May 27

Heading Home by Grace Pike

For the follower of Christ, our understanding of “home” and the decisions we make based on that understanding are crucial and complex. 

May 27

Theological Triage, Yes. How about Emotional Triage, Too? by Jonathon Woodyard

Paying attention to the proper emotional response to any given discussion of doctrine will help us love our brothers and sisters in more Christ-like ways.

May 26

Let Us All Be Hospitable by Courtney Reissig

The Christian images God in many ways, but one of the ways all of us can show the world what he is like is through our practice of hospitality.

May 25

Teach Me! by H.B. Charles, Jr.

This is an essential qualification for admission into God’s school: you must recognize you have a lot to learn.

May 25

Links For The Church (5/25) by Staff

This week's links include resources on high school seniors lamenting, not forgetting the elderly, ethnicity and God's excellence, social media and theological divides, and overinterpreting suffering. 

May 25

Too Big Not To Fail by Jared C. Wilson

We think bigness is the way. We think bigness solves lots of problems. We think bigness is safety. We think we can get too big to fail. But it's the other way around.

May 21

How to Avoid Anger Overload in the Digital Age by Brett McCracken

Are humans situated in specific contexts meant to bear the weight of a world’s worth of grief and outrage?

May 21

3 Ways Baptism & the Lord’s Supper Ought to Shape our Monday through Saturday by Sam Emadi

Three ways the Bible shows us how the ordinances should shape our relationships with one another, both on Sundays and throughout the week.