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.
We were made for the waters of God’s love. And a fish out of water isn’t free—it’s dead.
We are more sinful AND more loved in Christ than we ever realized.
The gospel of grace reconnects our feelings of thankfulness to the Giver of every good gift.
To a world fueled by fear God repeatedly says, “Do not be afraid.”
The postpartum period is crazy hard, but there’s three things new moms can do about it.
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).
To have “faith like a child” doesn’t mean what you’ve been told.
Everybody worships. You gotta serve somebody. Only Jesus satisfies.