When things looked grim, King David looked to the evidence of God's goodness. How has God dealt bountifully with me in the past?
Seeking God: Like an oasis
Connected to others and God through Jesus, we get to see God's movement in ways we never thought possible.
Seeking God: Running the race
Who are the people that run alongside me in our journeys of faith? How can I cheer them on today?
Seeking God: A greater redemption
How does my pain show God's goodness to others?
Seeking God: Not weeds
God does not will that even one valuable life is lost.
Called: An Interview with Sarah Moore
Interviews with real life disciples of Jesus. Highlighting the lives of ordinary people called to partner with God in extraordinary work.
[Free Printable Guide] Love Notes From God
Free printable bible study guide, to help you follow along in our special Valentine's day study of God's love for us.
but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect, 1 Peter 3:15 I always read this verse as "always be prepared to give a lecture... Continue Reading →
reblog: An atheist troll at 30 thousand feet
I have to confess, I spent several hours last night trying to put together a coherent article on why I am terrified to share my faith publicly. And then this. This just gives me so much hope that even I can hold a conversation without trying to win an argument. Because in the end, it's... Continue Reading →
What to do when a sermon tests your faith
On my way home last night I decided to listen to a Christian radio channel. They usually air sermons which I like to listen to while driving. Some of my most profound thinking time happens in the driver's seat. However, last night I was surprised to encounter a message focusing on Nazis, Syrians, the wrath of God, and hellfire.... Continue Reading →