While the Christian marriage is likely full of benefits for both parties, it is not primarily designed to benefit both parties. It is meant, first and foremost, to put Christ on display.
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.
The parable of the sower serves as a lens for life. It helps us diagnose the kind of heart in us. But to understand how the good soil becomes ours in Christ, we need the rest of the story.
In order to walk with a friend through the long and complicated journey of grief, you need to discover biblical lament and the grace it can provide.
Do you feel a little left out because life keeps you from being directly involved in the command to make disciples? Even if you’re stuck on the sidelines, you have a secret discipleship tool at your disposal.
When our vision is obstructed by the distractions, we need to change our field of vision. We must fix our eyes on Christ, and as we gaze on him, he will dominate our field of vision and we’ll be strengthened by what we see.