Jesus has not come to show us that he is God. God has come to show us that he is Jesus.
If delighting in God is the source of our joy, then our becoming devoted to one another is the source of God’s joy.
We so easily turn our deep need to trust and depend on God and others to depending on substitutes, ranging from self-reliance to substances.
Everybody wants to go deeper, but nobody wants to go down. Discontent will lead in one of two directions: distraction or depth.
True growth most often begins with a growing sense of dissonance—of being dissatisfied with the way things are.
Holy discontent is the distance between the truth one knows and the reality one experiences.
LISTEN NOW! July 28, 2020 Philippians 1:3-6 3 I thank my God every time I remember you. 4 In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy 5 because of your partnership in...
The Christian faith—also known as the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—is about the defeat of sin and the end of death.