7 Lessons From Moses and Friends
Don’t let pride keep you from the blessing of Christian friends offering help.
The Strong Limbs of Jesus
It may look like it could support you, but that limb, just like the world, will fail every time.
Rescue: It’s What Christians Do
Sometimes God sends people to dust us off and carry us back to Jesus and his living water.
From Death to Life: Overcoming Depression and Suicide
The spirit of death is a tactic of the enemy to immobilize the petiole of God.
Why We Have Both an Old and New Testament – And the Breathtaking Thing That Ties Them Together
Many Christians, while thumbing through their Bibles, have pondered why Scripture is broken into two, uneven halves. Is one better than the other? […]
Bow Before the King
I’ve always loved watching and reading anything about medieval times. Kings and their royal families, strong and fearless knights storming […]
God’s Promises Fulfilled in Immanuel
God’s promise of giving us a Son as a Savior is a beautifully consistent note that reverberates throughout the entirety […]
What Does Your Life Reflect?
I noticed the other day that my wife has been using the word precious more frequently. I’ve known her for over twelve years, […]
Lesson From The Grinch
One of my favorite subtle movie lines is found in The Grinch (the Jim Carrey edition). In a scene where he’s busy […]
What DID Mary Know?
The Christmas song “Mary, Did You Know?” was written by Mark Lowery and Buddy Greene in 1991. It quickly became a […]
Keeping a Soft Heart Amid the Battle of Doctrine
Even though we daily battle against the grim things of this world, keep a soft heart, Christian. A calloused heart […]
Jesus and Racism
Last year two black men were arrested in a Philadelphia Starbucks after the white manager contacted police. When a video […]
Movie Review: Overcomer
Overcomer is a feel-good, faith-based movie that challenges you to think about your true identity. In the aptly named Christian […]
Who is Jesus?
Jesus offered his life as a sacrifice for sin . . . the innocent paying the price of the guilty.
Discipleship Part One: How Did Jesus Do It?
It wasn’t until after my first year of college that I was truly saved. You’re probably thinking, what does that […]
Static? Move Closer to the Tower
I hate static. Not like the kind that makes your clothes cling to you. I’m talking about static on the […]
The Real Truth About Real Men
There are countless voices in our culture ringing through the air with definitions of what men should be like in […]
Depression: the Battle & the Defeat
Did Jesus battle depression? Seems like a strange question at first, but consider Isaiah’s prophesy of the coming Messiah: “He […]
Resurrection: The Burden of Proof
The conception and rise of Christianity in the first century was due to the resurrection of Jesus, and so profoundly […]
Crucifixion: His Agony, the World’s Redemption
“Jesus died on a cross.” We should not be able to utter that without an utterly overwhelming shudder of awe, […]
The Need for Purpose-Millennials Part Three
It was like an assembly line, but there were no machines doing any work. It was me. A spread of […]
Celebrating the Greatest Love
Nafisa Morris is a young widow who writes Rekindling Joy, a blog that encourages others who have suffered similar losses. Her […]
The Need to Belong-Millennials Part One
The generation that is ascending into adulthood today, known as the millennial generation, is one that many would call “entitled,” […]
Is God Ok If I’m Not A Jesus Fanatic?
How To Pray Like Jesus
Jesus Said To Hallow His Name! Huh?
Bringing the Kingdom of God to the Nations of the World-Donny Parrish
“And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and […]