The world’s waiting to see how the Church will respond to our cultural crisis. Let’s start by learning why celebrating the Fourth of July as a Black American is hard.
When your six-year-old turns to you after a family devotion and says, “I think I want to be a Christian,” are you prepared to respond?
Racial conciliation under the banner of the gospel is a regular topic in our home, and I’d suggest it should be in yours, too.
Pastor Mark Vroegop shares recommendations for books on racial reconciliation and justice.
Part of why we pray for the wrong things or in the wrong way is because we don’t know what to pray. in Colossians, Paul offers help for learning to pray.
Accountability helps us confront and combat sin. However, it won’t work if there is not vulnerability as well. Vulnerability is essential.
Imagine what it would be like if there were a video chatting app, like FaceTime, for prayer. Let’s put on holy imagination glasses and pray.
Jesus demonstrated the worth of women in the way he treated them—particularly in a culture and time that did not hold women in high regard.
We need peer discipleship. When crisis or failure occurs, we may only have time to call one person. My hope is that every Christian would have that person.
Juneteenth isn’t likely on your desktop calendar and most people have never heard of it at all. So what is Juneteenth and why should we celebrate it?
How does God purify our faith? He does so in the same way that metal is purified, allowing trials to bring our own impurities to the surface.
Prior to being swallowed by a fish, Jonah was going down. But in the belly of a whale, Jonah offers a prayer of thanksgiving & trust that we can learn from.
It’s fairly easy for the Christian to focus on spiritual health, and rightly so! But what are you doing to pursue physical and mental health?
Money does weird stuff to our hearts. The question is: why does money stress us out? What is it about dollar signs that has us anxious and angry?