The Road Not Taken…Yet
What to Do with Angry Prayers
How honest are we allowed to get in our prayers? Is it okay to sometimes get frustrated or even — Dare we say it? — angry with God?
An Honest Assessment of ‘Good’ People
Although they obviously never met, Sigmund Freud, agnostic and slightly demented psychologist, agreed on one point with the eminent theologian John Wesley: people are terrible.
We Who Are Thinking Reeds
As the old hymn says, God moves in mysterious ways, but how often are we willing to trust that fact, or do we attempt to unveil the Lord enigmatic designs?
Looking for Happiness, Seeking Heaven
God offers us a way to discover joy in the ashes of our lives, but it runs so counter to how we’ve been told to find happiness by the world that it almost doesn’t make sense.
Who Is this Person Again?
Christ never forced people to follow him, and he let a lot of people walk away, so are we one of the noncommittal fans or are we an actual disciple of God?
Instructions on How to Catch a Fox
God has gifted us and called us to live a wild life unchained by fear and greed, but how do we escape, if we’ve been caught by those tempting illusions of security?
How We Fill Our Hearts
Scripture talks about the contents of our hearts and how important it is, so how do we determine what is in this secret place within us and purify it?
What Is Your Destiny?
God makes a plan for our lives, so how do we know if we’re successfully following that plan or not?
Most people have heard of Hermann Göring, Hitler’s right-hand man, commander of the Luftwaffe and heir-apparent to the Nazi empire. Far fewer people have heard of Hermann’s brother, Albert Göring.
The Secret Ingredient for Great Missionaries
All too often the church has oversimplified the Great Commission and missed out on the most important trait needed to reach the lost and shepherd the church.