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.
The Incarnation is like a multi-faceted diamond; you could spend many lifetimes pondering over its depth and beauty and meaning
There is a chasm between God’s perfection and our broken, corrupted humanity. Who reaches out and bridges that distance makes all the difference
All churches start well. Some stay faithful; some wither away. But is it worth our time to listen to the stories behind the rise and fall of a church?
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
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