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Forgiving what we can’t forget

Forgiving what we can’t forget

November 26, 2021  - By Nzandi Murry

Life seems too short to hold grudges—and too difficult to let them go. So, is forgiveness merely a good lie we tell each other?

The fallacies of relativism

The fallacies of relativism

November 21, 2021  - By Jerusha Joel

‘My life, my rules’ seems to be the mandate of the age—the rule above all rules. Here is why that approach fails on all fronts

The path to joy

The path to joy

November 14, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

Humility seems hard to cultivate—especially in this day and age. But God humbles us not to cast us away but to draw us closer to Him

Lessons from Luther: dying well

Lessons from Luther: dying well

November 12, 2021  - By Dr. John Sypert

Whether we eat or drink—or die—we are called to it all for the glory of God. Here’s Martin Luther’s example on dying well

The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill: Christianity Today

The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill: Christianity Today

November 7, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

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?

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 3

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 3

October 29, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 2

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 2

October 22, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?

The transformation of James

The transformation of James

October 17, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

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

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 1

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 1

October 15, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?

Is feminism compatible with the gospel?

Is feminism compatible with the gospel?

October 10, 2021  - By Jerusha Joel

Feminism contains a grain of truth. But a deeper look at the ideology reveals its profound deviations from the gospel of Jesus Christ

You only live once — then comes judgement

You only live once — then comes judgement

October 8, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

Isaiah 13 offers a shadowy glimpse of the future ‘day of the Lord’. Can God be justified for exercising wrath against His creation?

Will God dwell with men?

Will God dwell with men?

September 26, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

The finest cathedrals of the world were not worthy to house His Holy Spirit — yet He chooses to live in the hearts of believers today

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