Executive Director Jeremy Writebol announces two resources: one designed to help you make disciples in community, and another to help you mature as a writer.
What was unthinkable just a lifetime ago—taking one’s own life—is now considered reasonable, humane, and even necessary in some circumstances. This shift, Jen Oshman writes, calls for God’s people to act.
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.
We must allow God’s Word to shape our thoughts on fear. Christy Britton shows us how to replace the lesser affection of fear of this world for the greater and deeper fear of the Lord.
Karen Kessens’ life was starting to go off the rails. She thought it was because of her actions. But then she realized how much her mind shaped her life.
We are called to imitate the faith of our spiritual ancestors and leaders. But discipleship doesn’t happen by osmosis. We must be intentional with our words, writes Jeremy Writebol.
If you’re suffering, the last thing you want to do is wait. You want hope, but it seems like it’s lost. Though an unlikely book of the Bible , Grayson Pope explains how to find hope when life is falling apart.
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.
Christy Britton looks back on an ordinary moment with a friend that shaped her in ways she never could have imagined at the time.
The world has never been wordier than it is today, writes Grayson Pope. For centuries, Christianity has understood the power of silence. It’s time we rediscover the power of silence.
We’re responsible for much more than biding our time here on earth, waiting on Christ to finish what He started. We can usher in eternity today, writes Zach Barnhart.
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.
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.
There are tasks we can’t do and things we can’t change. Life seems to ask too much sometimes, says Christy Britton. We know it’s supposed to be “well with our souls,” but how? How is it well?
Sometimes we feel like life is “cutting” us unnecessarily; like the pain we experience is arbitrary. But behind those cuts, there’s a Master Gardener who knows exactly what he’s doing.
Jeremy Writebol gives us three reasons why praying before meals is a simple, ordinary, and powerful means of walking with Jesus every day.
Mike Phay says creation, in its design and its beauty, is speaking, singing, talking, even shouting to us about its maker. The question is, are we paying attention?
The church has to be careful about taking cues from companies and nonprofits, says Lee Eclov. Rediscovering the church as a family—not an organization—changes everything.
It’s easy to bless the name of the Lord when everything is going well. But, Christy Britton asks, what about when everything falls apart?
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.
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.
Gospel messengers who brave hostile places don’t go to seek martyrdom, writes Tim Keesee. Rather they go to fully live for the glory of Christ and the sake of others, knowing they are in God’s hands.
Christy Britton is always bringing people to stuff related to Jesus. But is Jesus just one of the things she brings people to or the main thing she brings them to?
Planning time to remember Christ’s work on the cross and his grace in our lives, says Davis Wetherell, is a wonderful way to increase our faith and joy in the Lord.