Whether the Lord brings us unexpected circumstances or asks us to remain faithful in familiar ones, we trust he will bring only what is best.
If only we knew now what we will one day know about our own work and how it fits into God’s overall plan to save and heal the world.
I could never ask my African American brothers and sisters to trust that I will fight against systemic racism if I don’t first confess that I have sinned against them, and ultimately against the Lord.
Becoming like fast-paced executives really doesn’t impress God.
The Christian steward is not a miser, but a maximizer of delegated assets for God’s glory in and through the churches. Which one are you?
A peacemaker’s ultimate goal is neither to be right nor to be liked but to move towards Christ in forgiveness and truth so all can flourish.
On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with author Kristen Wetherell about her new book Fight Your Fears and how the gospel helps us in the daily battle to stand firm.
For the follower of Christ, our understanding of “home” and the decisions we make based on that understanding are crucial and complex.
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.
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.