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.
How did James go from a skeptical, unbelieving brother to a sold-out, church-leading servant of Christ? That seems like such an unlikely transformation
What if our final destination isn’t a disembodied heaven? What if the end goal is a new earth, where God’s justice reigns?
More Christians seem to want to distance themselves from ‘fundamentalism’ altogether. But perhaps there is a thing or two we can learn
Jesus has not called us to be mere spectators or students of His grand plan, but actors, participants and Kingdom-bringers!
Our bodies aren’t designed to race full-speed seven days a week. Sabbath wasn't instituted only for OT times, but for us living in the 21st century too
We've read the epistles several times, but understanding the historical setting they were written in can give them a new level of meaning entirely
A wonderfully rich read for those looking to navigate those particular seasons of life — from singleness to after you've found that special someone
The harsh realities of life can leave us feeling abandoned, instead of deeply loved by a heavenly Father. Christ offers wonderful hope for the weary
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