When local assemblies fall short of their mission to shepherd their flock well, should Christians wait in prayer or move for the sake of spiritual growth?
Even those at the forefront of spiritual battles need the prayers of the rest of us ― even if, ultimately, we’re all in God’s hands
The news cycle today can be fairly exhausting. Find out how to stay informed and engaged without getting overwhelmed by the state of the world today
God did not need to make man, but He chose to do so anyway. Find out why humanity — out all of God's creations — has such a unique place in His plan
A six-part series tackles how to make wise decisions in a wicked world, especially when the Bible does not give explicit instructions about a matter
There is much that modern-day Christians can learn from first-century believers, including how to avoid many of the issues we face in our assemblies today
Pamela Catalan on losing her mother at 12, using her home to bless others, and why she considers her prolonged season of singleness as a blessing today
The New Testament has a great deal to say about church discipline — yet no aspect of church life today is more dangerously neglected than this one
The body of Christ bears a huge responsibility in speaking against the devaluing of human life as a “viable third option”
Paul's letter to Philemon may have overtones of manipulation but, in truth, it's a picture of how Christ works in the church when we serve and are willing to be served
How following God’s call for overseas missions took one young woman from Florida to first-grade children in Zambia.
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