John Newton once wrote, “With Christ in the vessel, I smile at the storm.” Columnist Christy Britton reflects on these words and asks, “Am I brave enough to smile at my storms?”
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.
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.
If Laura Thigpen is going to be imprisoned by something or someone, she says to let it be hope in the only God who can save.
Christy Britton shares three words that can change how we live, how we think, how we act, and how we see ourselves. And no, it’s not those three words.
We all love to read stories of courageous men and women , like Joshua in the Bible. But what about someone like us, asks Christy Britton. Is courage for the ordinary?