Suffering

May 11

It Takes Theology to Lament by Mark Vroegop

Considering lament through the lens of our theology is essential. It is important to know that pain is not the sole cause of our laments.

Apr 30

The Two Paths Out of Trials by Jonathan Leeman

There are two paths for people to take in the midst of trials. They can take the path of self-reliance or the path of trusting in God.

Apr 5

The Lord’s Prayer in a Crisis by Jared C. Wilson

What does the prayer we say to God say to us about times of trouble?

Mar 30

It Takes Theology to Lament by Mark Vroegop

By connecting lament with our theology, we change how we define steadfastness in trial.

Oct 2

The Uncomfortability Of Others Suffering by Margaret Bronson

There can be a temptation to put believers who are suffering in a petri dish, watching to see if they grow evidence that will confirm our doctrinal beliefs without making us too uncomfortable in the process.

Oct 2

The Uncomfortability Of Others’ Suffering by Margaret Bronson

There can be a temptation to put believers who are suffering in a petri dish, watching to see if they grow evidence that will confirm our doctrinal beliefs without making us too uncomfortable in the process.

Sep 12

There Should Be Two of Us by Jared C. Wilson

We share a couple of things in common besides our name. One is a dark reality. The other is a greater Truth.

Sep 4

Words For The Widowed by Grace Pike

In this fallen world permeated with sin and death, even adopted children of God may taste the bitterness of loss.

Jun 19

Like A Bird In A Thunderstorm by Allyson Todd

My current struggles weigh as much as a feather while the weight of God’s glory is incalculable.

May 8

4 Reasons the Wilderness is Not a Waste by Dustin Crowe

God knows our idols will ultimately disappoint us and leave us empty, so He gets us alone into the wilderness to win our affections back.