So often, we avoid being vulnerable with others. Joycelyn Lewis shares why God may desire to work through your willingness to become vulnerable.
Sometimes we learn more from our kids than they learn from us. Sarah Damaska shares a pivotal lesson in hospitality she learned from her daughter.
How can families use technology responsibly? Ben Snyder reviews the book, The Tech-wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in its Proper Place, by Andy Crouch.
How long has it been since you had a good laugh? This Weekly Breather exercise will help you contemplate how Jesus might sometimes be playful and give you freedom to laugh.
Are you having trouble sleeping at night? Sarah Jones shares some daily practices that can help you get a better quality of sleep and draw you closer to God.
So often, we avoid testing our faith for the fear of seeming like we doubt God. Aaron Perry shares how this is a healthy stage of faith development and how to help someone through it.
Being pruned is rarely ever a pleasant experience, but Adam Weber shares why God prunes even the most faithful Christians.
How large should your church be? Silly question, you say. Depending on your theology or worldview, you might add: * Large as possible! Bigger is better! *...
How can we encounter God in the everyday tasks we complete? Sarah Damaska shares the great potential of everyday tasks to orient us toward God.
Ben Snyder explains how Tish Harrison Warren’s new book, The Liturgy of the Ordinary, consistently deals with the concrete quest that every follower of Jesus wrestles with sooner or later—how do I experience God’s presence in the ordinary moments of life?