How Jesus breaks the enslaving power of our addiction to entertainment.
Idolatry worships the gift above Giver, while religion rejects His gifts. But grace connects them both.
The gospel of grace reconnects our feelings of thankfulness to the Giver of every good gift.
The gospel changes everything, including how we educate our children.
Every aspect of life can be lived for the glory of God, including buying a house.
Grace leads us to “give thanks always and for everything” (Eph 5:20).
The gospel changes how we think of the relationship between God and the government.
Jesus spent half his life as a carpenter. And that wasn’t a waste of his time.
Jesus sends us into the world in the same way God sent him into the world.
God uses moms to help shape souls for a lifetime.
You are what you worship, either for ruin or for restoration.
Everybody wants to change the world, but nobody wants to do the dishes.