We can see all sorts of trends come and go. Whether it’s disco, Rubik’s cubes, or the “Baby Shark” song, we have all experienced
In our world today, we have this aversion to any kind message that strikes us as judgmental: that maybe the way we want to live
Christian communities are a place where we can have a foretaste of heaven here on earth. What’s a foretaste? Have you ever cooked bacon before?
The “butterfly effect” is the idea that little things can have big consequences. We must be willing to accept that all of our choices
“Would you go through all the pain of childbirth again, just to be able to have that beautiful child of yours?” For most mothers, the answer to this question is obvious.
“It is not possible, wonderful Lord,
to express in human speech
the depths of our gratitude to God
In a review from Christianity Today on the book They Say We Are Infidels: On the Run from ISIS with Persecuted Christians in the Middle East,
Jim Elliot was an evangelical missionary who attempted to reach out to a small Indian settlement in Ecuador with a team. Unfortunately, the entire team was killed by the settlement.
The love of God can never be matched nor perfectly described. Yet we have so many songs that try to illustrate how great and how wide his love is for us.
“Someone once observed that a wasted life is really nothing more than a collection of wasted days.