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?
Jesus teaches how we can depart from anxiety about life in favor of adoration of God. Let’s look at these five truths to help you move past anxiety.
Is life a journey or a destination? African theologian, Augustine, saw life was a destination. The challenge was to find the right destination (or destiny).
In this episode of Equip, College Park elder, Roger Krynock, shares about navigating loneliness during seasons of life.
Most Christians would agree that unity is a good thing. But is peace worth the gut-punch to our pride? There is no unity without the practicing of humility.
Let’s take a look at four fundamental truths about the Bible that can help inform and encourage us as we desire to love the Word of God.
Just as the Lord used that great storm to call his servant Jonah back, he is using today’s great storm to call his beloved church back to active service.
This season is exposing how radical it is to see children as blessings. So, we have an opportunity to shine brightly by representing our children well.
“Mentorship” is a word that we hear often. But many of us are unsure what it actually means. How do we actually find someone to mentor us?
In this episode of Equip, Dr. Andy Isch shares about his experience as a physician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Imagine that you’re in an environment that has overwhelmed you. You’re adrift with questions and worry. Suddenly you hear it—someone calling your name.
As I consider family discipleship during a pandemic, I see that the opportunities to disciple my children are more prevalent and consistent now than ever.
When she was encouraged to pray big prayers, Ellie placed a sticky note with Karesse’s on a white door with thousands of others. Then she prayed.
Lament doesn’t solve all the problems. But it is a place to start.
You have a discouraged heart. Child, I fully know how you feel. And I am meeting you in the middle of it. Keep trusting me, because I can be trusted.
Screen time. It’s a hot topic to be sure. And, if I’m honest, those two little words induce feelings of frustration and failure. Can you relate?