Perhaps this pandemic is revealing something about us. Perhaps our Christianity has become too preoccupied with the American idols of convenience and safety.
We are all called and equipped to demonstrate God’s mercy and justice in different ways.
If God in his sovereign good pleasure has set his love on these people from eternity past, uniting them to his Son and gathering them into his church, then it is our privilege to love them too.
This global pandemic has hit many of us financially. Church, we need your care right now.
What should we do when we observe an area of weakness in our friend, or small group, or church that should be addressed for the glory of God?
One way God helps us become holy is by surrounding us with Christians who imitate him in ways that we don’t yet.
Every time we’re tempted to resent the hurt, we can entrust ourselves to God. Each battle against bitterness is an offering of worship to him.
A crucial way to help our local churches grow in faithfulness is for us to grow as faithful church members. Here are some questions to gauge how we’re doing.
If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you. – Jesus (John 15:20) How should…
Sometimes our enemies are within our own churches. Are we ready to love the enemy sitting down the row at church, knowing that they’ve gossiped about us?