Everyone’s been rejected at some point. But as Christians, writes Joseph Lasslett, we can find hope even in the pit of rejection.
Knowing who we are influences what we do, so misunderstanding our identity comes with grave consequences, writes Christy Britton in this edition of Rally Cry.
We are constantly surrounded by memorials, says Brianna Lambert. We build them every day, and we would do well to look closer into what they are teaching us.
Confession and repentance are supposed to set you free from your bondage to sin and shame. But what happens when it doesn’t work?
Share the gospel with someone in another country? Sure. With your unbelieving aunt? No way. Why is it so complicated with family?
We long to be set free from our burdens and sins that weigh us down and be given a blank slate. So we set goals, but we fail and feel hopeless. Thankfully, there’s a way to start each day anew.