Garrett Haley is a native Texan and serves as a deacon at his local assembly in Lubbock, TX. He enjoys reading, writing blog posts, leading church discussion groups, and pondering life’s deep questions. Preaching on occasion and organising church get-togethers are a couple of his other favourite areas of service.
All too often, we think our pet issues or theological soapboxes are somehow central to Christianity. Paul reminds us: it’s just not that complicated
It's a sad truth that the simplest aspects of classic spiritual disciplines are vastly ignored today. Find out how you can grow these habits of grace
As we prepare to welcome a new year, resolutions will soon be on everyone's minds. There is one that matters above all others though
A great resource to discover how to allow the Spirit to speak through us so that, through the message, people encounter God
It seems like a radical idea, but the life of Joseph demonstrates that the worst of times can actually be blessings in disguise
How do we grow our appreciation for a book so old, so familiar, yet so hotly-debated? It's a question believers still ask today — and the crux of this book
The theologian was best known for his 1973 bestseller, in which he emphasised that knowing God involved a relationship, not an information game
Who have you mentally labelled as different or hopeless? The message of Jesus' famous parable holds true today too: we need to learn to love the 'other'
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