The Birth Pains of Raising Disciples

The Birth Pains of Raising Disciples

Can our labors save our children? Gloria Furman reflects on Paul’s language of being in birth pains for those he discipled.

There's Nothing Casual About Obedience

There's Nothing Casual About Obedience

How do you know if you’re all in or if you’re just casually interested in God? Christy Britton explains the dangers of causal living and calls us to go all in for Christ.

College Students are Back. Are You Ready to Disciple Them?

College Students are Back. Are You Ready to Disciple Them?

College students are returning to campuses across the country. Many churches offer sound teaching, but will yours offer them the care and discipleship they need?

Seven School-Year Rhythms to Establish Your Family in the Lord

Seven School-Year Rhythms to Establish Your Family in the Lord

As a parent, you want to ensure that you build your children up in Christ this new school year. But how? Jen Oshman offers seven rhythms to help.

When the Black Dog Comes Calling

When the Black Dog Comes Calling

After a major transition and spiraling out of control, Mark Meynell found himself in the cruel tedium of what Winston Churchill called his “black dog.”

The Best Is Yet to Come

The Best Is Yet to Come

So often, we lack imagination for what’s to come, writes Christy Britton. We’re blinded by the reality of our present circumstances. But as Christians, we’re called to a better vision.