As we revere and submit to God, He imparts wisdom to us through His Spirit and through His Word. He shows us how to discern good from evil, how to live peaceably with one another, and how to love our neighbors well.
All of creation bears testimony to God’s grace. There is not just sin and brokenness to lament, there is beauty and goodness to commend. But we must train our eyes to see it.
Through refugee resettlement, God has opened the door for us to reach the nations in our neighborhoods.
As Christians living in a sexually confused, sexually exploitive, and sexually broken world, it’s so important for us to think Biblically about sex.
We are called to dress modestly to honor our bodies, not because we are ashamed of them! Modesty matters to God, because we matter to God. He wants our bodies treated with the same honor that he bestows upon them.
“Our union with Christ is as certain as Christ’s irrevocable love, which does not wax or wane. It is as sure as Christ’s grip in our lives and his promise that nothing can snatch us from his hand.”
Good works are an essential and inevitable component of the Christian life because they are the fruit of saving faith.
The Father, Son, and Spirit work in perfect unity to accomplish salvation, but there are several key ways that the Spirit works particularly in the application of salvation.
The Bible isn’t a “once upon a time… and they lived happily ever after” story. Instead, there is a tragic fall, a growing hope, and a final victory. In the unfolding story of Scripture, we see a Kingdom ruined by sin, redeemed through God’s covenant promises, and finally restored by a Crucified King.
It’s hard to have a spouse who works from home, but God can help us fight temptation and cultivate gratitude in our struggles.