COVID-19

Mar 8

Zoom Calls And Exposed Identity by Anne Kerhoulas

Though exposure is uncomfortable, it forces us to develop an integrated view of ourselves – the view that God already has of us.

Feb 3

I Long to See You: A Pastoral Plea for Valuing In-Person Gatherings by Cameron Triggs

If we are streaming merely for the sake of comfort, convenience, and compromise of convictions then we have sold our brothers and sisters in Christ short.

Jan 8

Remembering God’s Faithfulness in the Face of a Detour by Dave Harvey

Do you trust God’s faithfulness to deliver again in the midst of your daily detours?

Nov 11

COVID-19, Cooperation, and Church Leadership: Seven Questions for Church Leaders by Jeff Mingee

Perhaps we would do well to focus on the one next step that God is calling us to take as a leader.

Nov 11

If the Birds Seem Enviable: Encouragements and a Prayer for Recent Graduates by Josiah Cox

Sometimes we must humble ourselves to receive a stale truth because it is the substance that will sustain us another day.

Sep 2

Our Appetite for Presence by Julian Stock

How can the word of God give to us a no-touch, six-feet-apart, mask-donning, embodying love that doesn’t feel all too…embodied?

Aug 12

Please Come Back to Church, Pt. 2 – An Open Letter to Christians by Sam Parkison

You who are tempted to stay home out of convenience, I urge you to repent and come back to church.

Aug 5

Please Come Back to Church, Pt. 1 – An Open Letter to Pastors by Sam Parkison

Your services may not feel meaningful. But regardless of what they feel like, they are.

Jun 15

My Sin Is Worse by Jessica Burke

Oh, my sin does affect every relationship I have, but God’s grace has the power to as well. 

Jun 9

God Still Shows Up in The Nazareths of This World by Tyler Greene

Jesus the Messiah brings the glory of heaven down to earth so that people—even people in the lowliest and most mundane places—may have direct access to God's presence.