Suffering Is Not the End of Your Story – Blair Linne

“Beloved, I urge you as sojourners and exiles to abstain from the passions of the flesh, which wage war against your soul. Keep your conduct among the Gentiles honorable, so…

What Does the Bible Teach About Divorce and Remarriage? – Jim Newheiser

Carol, a young wife with an infant son, discovered her husband Ryan, a police officer, was in an adulterous relationship with a female coworker. When Carol confronted Ryan, he went…

Pastoral Prayer after the Failed Assassination of President Trump – David Cassidy

It is with profound shock, grief, and sadness that our country is once again facing the specter of political violence. The assassination attempt on President Trump as he spoke at…

100 Facets of the Diamond of Jesus Christ – Dane Ortlund

In his letter to the Ephesian church, Paul refers to the privilege of proclaiming “the unsearchable riches of Christ” (Eph. 3:8). Why unsearchable? Because he—and we—could go on and on.…

‘Wildcat’ and the Perils of Peacocking – Jonathon Crump

Her neighbors didn’t see her as a brilliant author but as the strange woman with all the peacocks. Flannery O’Connor (1925–64) lived most of her life on a farm with…

Fight Good Fights – Jen Wilkin

Unity matters. Christ prayed his church would be marked by it. Yet disunity among Christians abounds, and it’s not always civil in tone. With the Bible’s clear admonitions about foolish…

Rediscover Poetic Enchantment with Charles Taylor – Mischa Willett

In Four Quartets, T. S. Eliot called poetry “a raid on the inarticulate.” I’ve always liked the phrase. It implies the chaotic mess of life in a postlapsarian world is…

Savoring the Moment Takes Time – Brianna Lambert

Water laps against the side of the boat, nudging it gently back and forth. I look down at my 6-year-old son cradled in my arms. A beach towel stretches across…

Don’t Let Nietzsche Be Your Political Teacher – Pete Nicholas

Nietzsche wrote in his book The Anti-Christ, “What is good? All that heightens the feeling of power, the will to power, power itself in man.” This is a poignant example…

Think Biblically About Relational Boundaries – Beth Claes

We’ve all felt wounded or taken advantage of by the way another person has treated us. It can be hard to know how to respond, especially when this is a…

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