How do we display Godly love to those different from us?
Many today are forming emotional connections with their smart assistant. How might putting our trust in dispirited hardware dissapoint?
If our identity is not rooted firmly in Christ, we can give than up and become chained to other’s approval of us.
What joys and pleasure can be found in celibacy before God calls us to marriage?
Jesus has overcome this world. How does holding onto this hope help us when we face suffering?
Maturity in Christ can give us perspective on our past loves.
When it comes to our kids, how do we surrender control to a God who is also committed to their joy?
How has the practice of Meditation changed in our Secular Age?
We all have to face death as a reality of life. How does Jesus’ resurrection give us hope?
How do we make judgements without having a “judgemental” attitude?
As followers of Christ, we will face persecution. How do we deal with haters?
Half a lifetime can lead to major changes in outlook. Reflections on life and ministry.
The traits, truths, and promises that God extends to us are so aligned with how we want to be as parents.
Tradition often overrides scripture in church life. How might balance helps us to become better followers of Jesus?
What has happened to God’s goodness through his plans for work?
Our culture often tells us “putting a ring on it” is our chief aim in life. But what does God teach us about Singleness?
“Being free for me meant that I no longer had to come up with my own truth” Brandon Redler on discovery, conflicts and hope in Christ.
When we are unaware of God in the making of ourselves, we can spend our life’s work constructing our own brand and identity.
With our unprecedentedly hyperconnected and busy lives, what are the benefits of quieting ourselves before God?
We don’t counteract our sinful nature through religious moralism, there is a solution outside of ourselves.
We appreciate small things the most when we understand where these gifts come from.
When food is tastier than it needs to be, it points us to a generous God who wants to gives us a foretaste to his ultimate feast.
Our spiritual lives are not just an abandonment of sin but a displacement of the heart’s desires straight onto God.
God calls us to be patient but there are many moments in our day to day life where we give into frustration.
Need to let go of who you think you’re supposed to be? Need to let go of chasing approval?
God doesn’t want us to switch off our brains and follow him but how do we cast aside doubt?