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The foolishness of favouritism

The foolishness of favouritism

March 18, 2021  - By Leni B

We're all guilty of biased judgements and partiality. The book of James offers a mirror with which to examine ourselves: are we 'judges with evil thoughts'?

What kind of guy is Jesus?

What kind of guy is Jesus?

March 7, 2021  - By Dr. John Sypert

God the Son is holy and supremely ruling over all things. The best part? There aren’t any hoops you have to jump through to be with Him

Are you serving too much?

Are you serving too much?

March 5, 2021  - By Timothy Spees

Jesus said He was called to serve and so are we. But the story of Martha and Mary also gives us reason to pause and consider a need for balance

Do you have the right identity?

Do you have the right identity?

February 10, 2021  - By Leni B

Long before identity politics became a buzzword, the church’s first martyr demonstrated how we can and should root ourselves in Christ

The man who wouldn’t be silenced

The man who wouldn’t be silenced

January 17, 2021  - By Sherry Thomas

Have circumstances or people discouraged you from seeking God’s mercy and help? No one who seeks Him is ever turned away empty-handed.

God (alone) is trustworthy

God (alone) is trustworthy

January 8, 2021  - By Leni B

The craze of 2020 is behind us. But 2021 is set up to be just as shaky… unless our anchor is the very character of the Lord

You are creation’s crowning glory

You are creation’s crowning glory

January 6, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

More than the trillions of stars or the beauties of the most majestic landscapes, it’s us in whom God has chosen to fully reflect Himself

The most marvellous meditation

The most marvellous meditation

December 20, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

If we were to actually ponder what it means to know God, the reflection would leave us speechless. It would demand our worship of the one true King

When God wants you to wait

When God wants you to wait

December 11, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

It’s easy to lose heart when God delays an answer to prayer, but our Father is One who faithfully keeps His promises in His perfect time

The piety of a patriarch

The piety of a patriarch

November 22, 2020  - By Leni B

When it’s all said and done, what do you want to be known for? Noah’s legacy reminds us of specific traits we should aspire for as believers

Learning to suffer together

Learning to suffer together

October 11, 2020  - By Dr. John Sypert

Our faith in Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross brings us into a family. And one thing good families do is share the joys and pains of life with each other

Waiting for the doors to open

Waiting for the doors to open

October 4, 2020  - By Leni B

Why you can take heart and be sure that God is moving and working most assuredly for good — even in the midst of uncertainty

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