The secular world is primarily concerned about socio-economic equalities. But Christians know that the issue of equality pervades all of human life
When God hasn’t given us our deepest longing, where should we turn? What should we hope for when we feel emotionally undone?
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?
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 finest cathedrals of the world were not worthy to house His Holy Spirit — yet He chooses to live in the hearts of believers today
If Jacob could make so many mistakes and still be used by God, there’s hope for believers who find themselves spiritually stumbling time and again
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
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
Are you labouring for Christ, yet seeing little fruit? Isaiah’s vision offers important warnings and reminders — both for us and those we’re trying to reach
A reader asked if the Bible was contradicting itself in stating that no one could see God and live, while also promising that we will behold God some day
If our future is eternity with God, why should we endure through suffering in this life? Romans 8 tells us why the Christian state is not a paradox
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
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