Easter means resurrection. But what does the resurrection mean? (Part 1 of 2)
Whether Lent is helpful or harmful depends upon one thing: remembering God’s grace to you.
Though truth and goodness are indispensable, Jesus also said we should be known by our love.
You say “Jesus is the reason for the season.” But are you filled with joy because of what he’s done?
Jesus invites you to join his eternal party that celebrates the glory of God’s grace.
Secularism says faith is a private matter, but it’s impossible for beliefs not to affect what we do.
Excessive entertainment affects our minds and our souls, robbing us of joy and rest.
Pets aren’t people. To treat them as such is rebellion and idolatry.
Reading matters. Without it, you wouldn’t even know Jesus.
Christians ought to pick a career in which God has gifted them to serve others in his name.
The battle for marriage isn’t won in the Supreme Courts, but in our hearts and homes.
When the beginning and ending of the gospel are left out, it becomes almost irrelevant.