This classic excerpt from Eugene Peterson introduces us to the “old dog-eared songbook” he revisited so many times in his ministry.
In Colossians, Paul says he is filling up what’s lacking in Christ’s afflictions. How can anything be lacking in Christ’s afflictions? Paul E. Miller explains.
The tragedy of the decline of the American church cannot be limited only to the lives of practicing Christians, says Jake Meador. The effects reach far beyond that.
Paul’s views on women are radical, but not how you might expect, says Rebecca McLaughlin. She investigates his assertions on men and women in Ephesians 5.
Enemy-love, says Dan White, Jr., calls us to move from the center of our convictions to the edge of our comfort zones. But this full-bodied kind of love collides with how we think we come to know people.
John Koessler says we try to move God’s agenda forward by miles when he is interested in the next few inches. We have to be open to the opportunity of the present.