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.
A narrative rendering of the events leading up to Good Friday, from the table to the execution.
Despite the positive influences of technology on our lives, we don’t often see those gains carried over into our discipleship. But technology can support your discipleship. Here’s how.
Often we tell ourselves that being busy is good. But is our busyness and the consequences of that really how we should live before God? Shar Walker leads us to see the impact of our self-importance in our busyness and our need for God’s grace.
A part of our brain activates when we’re thinking about ourselves or what others think of us. When that happens, we aren’t truly present for others. But holy noticing can help.
Many of us admit that we wrestle with God’s goodness in seasons of trial. But what if instead of question his goodness, we’re really questioning God’s kindness?
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.
At the outset, the Cultural Christian usually believes the only difference between you and him is that you are just a little more “into” Christianity and perhaps extreme. So where is one to begin in conversation?
What should you do when someone you have been discipling is not bearing fruit? What do you do when they walk away? Does that make you a failure?
We pray for more, because we think more, bigger, and louder will bring us closer to where God wants us to be. But what if “more” actually hinders our ability to draw near to him?
Many of us spend our twenties looking for rest, but Jesus is inviting you to spend your twenties living from rest. That’s the good news, the gospel.
Wesley Hill’s foreword to our latest book release, A Restless Age: How Augustine Helps You Make Sense of Your Twenties by Austin Gohn.
We’re proud to release our latest book, A Restless Age, by Austin Gohn. Read more about the new book here and some of its endorsements.
As parents, how are we to help our children navigate this sinful world and its complexities? Sean Nolan shows how we can locate ourselves (and our children) in the right place in redemptive history.
Executive Director Jeremy Writebol reviews the ESV Gospel Transformation Study Bible. (Plus, we’re giving away three copies!)
Scott Slayton lays out two reasons you need to give time and attention to you children, along with four tips to help you make the time.
The Holy Spirit divides and unites, cuts and heals. It’s rarely pleasant and often leads to doubt. But the Spirit never makes an incision without knowing what He’s doing.
James Montgomery Boice explains the apparent paradox at the heart of the Christian life: We must become Christ’s slave before we can be truly free.
Pastoring requires building trust, regardless of age. Though there are not many easy answers, there are things we can do as young pastors to disciple older members well.
How many friends do we have with whom we’ve failed to share the gospel? How many times have we put it off? How many opportunities have we justified away?
J.A. Medders tells us what the most important five-letter word in Calvinism is. (Hint: it’s not TULIP.)