There have always been those who challenge historic Christianity by presenting an "alternative" version of the faith. The way that the early church responded to such diversity has a lesson for our own response to the suggestion that our understanding of Scripture is just one of many possible paths....Keep Reading
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God is loving, but in a way that doesn't always match our demands and expectations. ...
The greatest obstacle to trusting God's wisdom is that we fail to grasp how different God's thoughts are from our own....
If we believe that God is on control of the big things, we have to believe he is in total control of all the small things, too....
We live in an age where we each possess more things than most people in history ever have. Why doesn't it make us happy? It is important to remember that contentment has very little to do with how much you possess....Keep Reading
Scripture warns us against being divisive while also warning us to clearly distinguish between true faith and falsehood. When does our need to draw lines become unhealthy?...Keep Reading
Part 1 in a 3-part series on our culture's obsession with staying busy - what that means to our hearts and how Scripture calls us to rebel against it....Keep Reading
We live in a culture that encourages us to be busy. At the root of that tendency is a false belief that our worth comes from how we spend our time. The Sabbath rest challenges this idol in our hearts....Keep Reading
Judges is a violent book. How does that turn our eyes to the grace of God in our own lives? In a world where images of sin and violence are just a click away, why is it important to confront the disturbing stories in the history of God's people?...Keep Reading