As we draw near to Easter, Lisa Rainey, Ph.D., encourages readers consider all we are afforded because of that morning.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
Barnabas is one of the greatest people in the Bible because of his consistent encouragement of others. Zac Harrel encourages us to be like Barnabas.
By Zac Harrel
Jason Dunton’s grandmother is remembered for her photographs. All those photos help his family to remember. Dunton compares the importance of these remembrances to the stories of the Bible.
By Jason Dunton
Disappointment is one of the great disappointments of life. When it happens, what can we do? Luis Juárez describes how Jesus is our guide.
By Luis Juárez
Dr. Lisa Rainey provides examples of people in the Bible who had every right to get even but instead denied themselves that right.
Benjamin Karner, the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Laredo, challenges us to pay attention to the people around us and to meet them at their point of need.
By Benjamin Karner
A Millenial representative, by teaching high schoolers, has learned about what is important to younger generations. Churches desiring to connect with Millenials and younger might be pleasantly surprised.
By Grace Mitchell
John 10 captures one of Jesus’ most encouraging self-descriptions: “I am the Good Shepherd.” Anna Shannon shares how this passage has given her strength in hard times.
By Anna Shannon
“Lord, teach us to take our hearts and look them in the face, however difficult it may be.” This prayer gripped a Dorothy L. Sayers character. Gaynor Yancey offers it for our own soul-searching.
By Gaynor Yancey
Benjamin Karner, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Laredo, Texas, outlines principles of work taken from Paul’s instruction to the Christians in Thessalonica.
Bob Roberts, the pastor of Northwood Church in Keller, Texas, shares some things he’s learned about bridge building and peacemaking.
By Bob Roberts
John Whitten explores the difference between fate and faith in thinking through the question of whether or not God is responsible for the death of a child.
By John Whitten