About a year ago, we started praying together as a family after dinner. With two…
When we commit ourselves to loving our pastors well, they will be strengthened, we will be sanctified, and the witness of the church will be spread—all for the glory of Christ.
Whatever we feel overwhelmed by—schedules, circumstances, relationships, or theological confusion—we have reason to take heart. God is seeking to show us more of Himself.
God is not restrained by any administration. He has the power to change the hearts of rulers. He can bring peace to war torn places. He can bring comfort and hope to those who have suffered displacement, persecution, and loss.
If we are to serve the Lord faithfully, we need to be comfortable living in the “unfinished.”
Generosity is not just a luxury of the rich, but a privilege of the poor. It doesn’t stem from leftover, but often paradoxically flows from lack.
Countless circumstances can teach joy amidst trials and trust amidst heartache. But there are unique lessons that can only be found in waiting.