As we celebrate New Years, here’s a look back at the articles you shared like crazy in 2018:
Mike Phay says he’s no prayer warrior. When you don’t know how to do something, you ask an expert. So that’s he did. Here’s what Mike learned.
When’s the last time you thought about death? According to the Bible, not recently enough. Wisdom is found in learning to number our days.
If we love others, we’ll share not only our faith with them—but our lives as well.
Fostering children can be overwhelming. It reminds foster parents of their own weakness. But in our weakness, we are reminded that Christ is strong.
We all have limited time to invest in our future, and Christians have a limited window to invest in eternity.
We have never had higher expectations than we do right now. But what happens when life doesn’t measure up?
Our problems with devices would go away if we’d use them in moderation. But sometimes a hard reset with an ancient practice is also appropriate.
It’s easy to feel underwhelmed by our own ministry. But that’s not how God sees what you’re doing, no matter how small it seems.
We’re searching for the simple life. But to what end? What is it we’re after? What will fill the void created by our new, simple lives?
A funeral for an ordinary saint made me realize that even in our normalcy we’re called to extraordinary work.
Do you treat sermons like entertainment? There’s a way to listen to sermons that glorifies God and edifies you. Here are some tips to get you started.
Grayson Pope (M.A., Christian Studies) is a husband and father of three, and the Managing Web Editor at Gospel-Centered Discipleship. He serves as a writer and editor with Prison Fellowship. For more of Grayson’s writing check out his website, or follow him on Twitter.