• Our Stranglehold on Life

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    Trying to control our circumstances is so tempting because we are called to steward our lives, but only God truly has control, and our sin nature wants to ignore that fact.

  • Risking It All for God’s Call

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    How do we become people of God who boldly live for the gospel and have real impact on the world around us?

  • What Sparks a Passion for Christ?

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    If we truly believe in the promise and freedom of the New Covenant, we will find a fiery passion for God’s presence and work growing inside of us. 

  • How Do We Make God Marvel?

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  • A Letter from the Shadow of the Gallows

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    What would revival look like if it were actually going to change the face of our nation and, more importantly, the church in America?

  • Stitching Up the Wounds

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    How do we stir up a radical passion for God’s will and people in the world? Suffering and how we respond to it could be our answer.

  • Does God Learn New Things?

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    The Bible seems like it goes back and forth about whether or not God ever changes his mind about things. How do we make sense of this?

  • The Two Sides of a Gift

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    Spiritual gifts cause an unusual amount of tension in the church, whether it’s people clamoring for their talents to be recognized or those who are fearful of their misuse.

  • If We Could Go Back in Time…

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    God gives us an incredible, living resource with which to navigate life, but we have to discover what it is and allow ourselves to be changed in the process.

  • How to Befriend Our Rivals

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    God makes it very clear in scripture that there is one thing in us that spells the ruin of our relationship with him and other people.