Making the Church a House of Peace
Swept Away to Unknown Places
When our lives are completely thrown off track, how do we handled the shattered dreams and goals that God chooses to not heal?
How to Make Ourselves Offense-proof
Never has it been easier for us to be assaulted and insulted by other people’s ideas than in the modern day, so how do we avoid being injured by others’ opinions?
The Beasts of the Field
How does the Bible approach animals and their relationship to humanity, eternity and God?
The Many Steps of Grief
Mourning is never easy, but some cultural practices give us greater avenues to avoid painful feelings; however, God made us to experience and go through this stage of life.
The Gap between Body and Soul
We don’t understand the space between what we are as physical creatures and spiritual beings, and our explanations often hurt us because they’re often not actually biblical.
Street Smarts and Spirit Smarts
While discernment can be more complicated than we might expect, all believers should understand what it is and how to get it.
For the Sufferers on Good Friday
The evil in the world may cause us to question whether God understands our pain, but this holiday is a reminder that he truly does, and he has a plan.
“I don’t think God knows everything all the time.” She wouldn’t look at me while she said this.
Why Do I Not Belong?
We often feel strangely at odds with the world around us, and yet God must have put us in this place for a reason, so how do we resolve this tension?
Shining Glory or a Bloody Cross?
Are we following a theology of glory or a theology of the cross? The difference may seem small, but it’s incredibly significant for the power and efficacy of our faith.