• An Ode to the Forgotten God

    We talk about following the Holy Spirit, but how often do we actually do just that in our day-to-day lives?

  • Silence: A Study in Humility and Strength

    A great deal has been said and written about the silences of God, but when should we be the ones who are silent and what value is in the quiet? 

  • Say It Like You Mean It

    Bad apologies are easy to find and even easier to produce, but what exactly makes a genuinely good apology?

  • The Summer Book Club

    Good books are a treasure to unearth, especially when they give us better insight into the God we follow, so here are some golden authors to check out.

  • Freedom From All Sin Ever?

    The Bible tells us that we’re free from sin but what exactly does that freedom entail?

  • Faulty Interiors and Broken Framing

    Often we’re alarmingly unaware of the trials and hardships that begin dismantling our faith until a complete collapse comes, so how do we maintain spiritual strength?

  • The Journey of a Lifetime

    When we read the Bible, especially the Old Testament, there’s a lot of walking described. Was it really so important to include the long trips on foot?

    Peregrinate [verb] – To travel or journey from place to place, especially on foot.

  • Zeal for Your House Consumed Me

    In church, we hear about having great passion for God’s work, but if we don’t naturally feel that way, how do we capture this spark? 

    Paul commanded the early church, “Do not be slothful in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord” (Romans 12:11, ESV).

  • Testifying to God’s Goodness

    At World Challenge, our weekly podcast discusses how life with God affects not only our faith but our whole person, from health and financial issues to diet and relationships.

  • God and the Prophets of Old

    The Old Testament in the Bible is a little weird and difficult to read, so why is it included alongside more important seeming books like the gospels and Romans?