When a Wolf Comes to Church
The Mountain Before Our Eyes
When our lives are completely upended and we are faced with impossible circumstances, how do we find the faith we are told we must have in order to move mountains?
The Less Entertaining Church
The fall of church leaders and people hurt in the fallout has made headline news in recent years, but now more than ever we must ask the question: how do we wisely evaluate spiritual communities?
As We Face Each Calamity
Few will argue that 2020 was a difficult year.
After the initial waves of COVID-19, general buzz on the internet was that the pandemic was hitting people harder than we’d realized it might, even if they never caught the virus. Now studies are substantiating our sense of the impact.
The Second Sunday of Advent
As Christmas quickly approaches, many of us harbor hopes for a better, brighter holiday than ever filled with joy, but how do we hold on to that hope through the holidays and beyond?
The holidays seem to herald their approach these days through the Hallmark channel.
How Much Work Are Spiritual Gifts
Discovering the gifts that our heavenly Father has given us are only half the battle; the other part is learning how to use them fully. Are we ready for that?
The Rough Work of Dedication
If we knew that our spiritual walk with Christ was going to be hard and take a long time, would we be quick to take it on or would we avoid God?
The First Sunday of Advent
Known as the ‘hope of the prophets,’ this first marker of Advent is a reminder that God does not ignore our world’s darkness and that we strain toward a future hope not yet realized.
Passing on the Torch
As leaders of ministries, churches or general communities, do we help and prepare future leaders or try to stop and silence them because they’re different?
Thanksgiving With the Knives Out
Sometimes the worst in our families and ourselves comes out during the holidays, so how do we make this season the beautiful time it’s supposed to be?