What is the church? The Bible offers many metaphors that paint a liberating picture of what it means to be God’s people: a people united here and now, across all space and time, and with diverse gifts designed to further one mission.
Many in both vocational and volunteer ministry are weary and discouraged. Pastor, Jesus is Enough is a needed encouragement that helps us refocus on Jesus as our hope and strength for ministry.
As a society, we are obsessed with freedom—but are we really as free as we think we are, or as we were meant to be? Read on for some good news from Jesus.
We often think of the second coming of Jesus as a promise for the future. And it is. But how does that promise shape how we live right now?
Our society is terrible at disagreeing well. Unfortunately, Christians are no better. How do we learn to disagree like a Christian? Here are five steps to help.
It’s tempting to be cynical about the state of American evangelicalism. But Jesus protects us from cynicism by reminding us of an essential truth about his disciples: Jesus knows who belongs to him, and that’s really good news.
All of us make assumptions about Jesus. But how do we respond when those assumptions are challenged?
Vulnerable & encouraging, Gay Girl, Good God by Jackie Hill Perry reminds us of God’s power to transform lives—no matter their circumstances—and make them more like Jesus.
What kind of person should we want to be as Christians? Ultimately, there are two words that best describe the ideal: convictional and kind. Let’s explore what that means in this article adapted from my book, I’m a Christian—Now What?: A Guide to Your New Life with Christ.
I didn’t know Timothy Keller personally. But through his public ministry, he gave me two great gifts—that aren’t just for me, but for us all.