God is the master poet, and skillfully writes the story of our lives with an economy of words only He could dream into existence. Donald Richmond shares intriguing ways that we, God's creation, are like poetry.
How do me move to a deeper vision and understanding of the recent events that are troubling our nation? In today's piece, Wilmer Estrada-Carrasquillo works through some of the issues involved in Baltimore, Ferguson, and the like, with the hope of seeking the appropriate healing for these tragic events.
Why is prayer important in our daily rhythms of discipleship? Andrew Thompson shares its significance and three simple tips on how to make it a daily, life-giving routine.
Mad Men, the saga of ad executives on Madison Avenue during the 1960s and early 1970s, just aired its final episode. In today's article, Micah Smith reflects on what might Christians learn from this penetrating series about characters who are haunted by their broken past.
What is Christian humanism, and should Christians adopt this perspective? In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. David Grubbs shares a compelling vision for human flourishing that is grounded in the gospel.
Significantly, when we ignore the quest for balance, we miss a golden opportunity for influence. Like us, the average person in the pew also struggles with finding balance. They too can become addicted to pushing, producing and advancing to the detriment of their quality of life and relationships.
To deny ourselves would be to deny those basic worldly, sinful impulses that seem so attractive to us on their surface.
What is the difference between a debtor and a steward? Philip Jamieson discusses how they differ from one another and what those differences mean for us as Christians.
The place where life transformation happened in the Wesleyan tradition was always the class meeting. But overtime this powerful tradition has largely been abandoned. We will show you how you can reclaim class meetings at your church.
What a trip! God, the God of the universe, chose us to be his friends. Read more from Dale Hale as he encourages us in the grace of friendship with God.