There is a chasm between God’s perfection and our broken, corrupted humanity. Who reaches out and bridges that distance makes all the difference
The Bible says, "Ask and you will receive", but Christians know there are some things that will remain broken till He returns. What then, asks a reader
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
That the Creator of the galaxies would choose undeserving specks of dust like us is a truth that never gets old, never fails to leave us in awe
Don’t let the troubles of the year gone by crush your hopes for the new year. There is a way to make plans for the future — even in the midst of a pandemic
It's tempting to look around us and see nothing but brokenness, injustice and strife. But what we're taking our eyes off of is: glory
Being a dad is no easy ask. Being a godly one even more so. Earthly fathers, here’s some encouragement, as you love, live and lead like Christ
Our natural response to suffering is frustration and anger, but God often uses these trials miraculously to show His steadfast love
When sin and the world brings us to our knees, we hold on to Christ who gives us new life and a reason to sing
'Blessed are those who mourn' may seem like the Great Paradox but, in Christ, the valley of suffering is also where we experience the sweetest comfort
The older brother in the story of the Prodigal Son offers a much-needed perspective when it comes to how we perceive ourselves
Leaning hard on God is easy during tough times, but during seasons of peace, does God seem... distant? Uninteresting? Even, dare we say it, neglectable?
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