God created both introverts and extroverts for His glory. He intended for beauty in diversity — not just in physical traits but in personality types too
Life can be exhausting and overwhelming. But if Moses' prayer in Psalm 90 is ours too, we can sing even through the darkest nights
Worship is the highest duty of man. But God has certain rules about how to go about it too — laws that were given for our good
The church's approach to sexual brokenness can end up pushing people away if we only focus on the sin at the expense of the whole picture
The Bible is firmly divided into old and new Testaments, and we know we live in the age of ‘grace’. That begs a question: is the Law still relevant to us?
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
At conception, we are created in the image of God. At our second birth, we submit our lives to Him. But partial submission is not what Christ calls us to
We’re all born spiritually blind. But what would be worse is if we went to our death without ever knowing the ‘True Light’ that dawned
Everyone wants to hear from God. But He is not going to clamour over the noisy din and chaos in our lives. What we need is quiet
While social justice movements are unable to solve the issues they raise, the gospel is sufficient to bring about true reconciliation
It is not enough for elders to preach sound doctrine from the pulpit. The God-given model also ensures a succession of competent teachers in the church
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