Jonathan Dodson understood the gospel, so why did he still feel so much shame about his past? He explains how Christ taught him that grace works backwards.
This classic excerpt from Eugene Peterson introduces us to the “old dog-eared songbook” he revisited so many times in his ministry.
If Jesus’ power over the earth is the basis for the mission, the coming of the Holy Spirit is the power enabling the mission, says Dustin Crowe.
What do non-denominational churches, a Pentecostal summer camp, Reformed Baptists and Presbyterians, and an Anglican seminary have in common? They all taught Austin Gohn something about discipleship.
Christ invites us to take part in growing and multiplying the family of God. But we must follow Jesus' example. That means we must take up our cross and die to ourselves daily.
We say we believe in the resurrection, but do we practice it? Here are three reasons why resurrection fails to make a real impact in our lives, along with three practices to help us practice resurrection.