Alone and cold in a German prison, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote: “I think we are going to have an exceptionally good Christmas.” As I sit in warmth and comfort, I wonder at his words.
What one particular husband thinks that other husbands might appreciate him telling their wives.
The day our cat died our daughter changed her Facebook status to “starting over from the end of the world.”
How do you recognize a group which claims to represent genuine, apostolic Christianity but in reality does not? Here are 5 questions that separate “the sheep” from “the wolves.”
I blog frequently on tips and tools for improving your Bible study skills, but what about discernment when listening to others?
Does God have a “one-plan-fits-all” calling for women: marry, conceive children, raise children and become a grandmother?
Understanding what it means to “abide in Christ” is one of the major themes of 1 John.
Today we often seek preachers who tell us stories, make us laugh, and tickle our ears with poetry and platitudes. We would rather listen to Jon Stewart than Jonathan Edwards. We ought to think critically about how far we have slipped down the slope of valuing style over substance.
Random comments on life after children fly the nest.
How do you handle it when life isn’t fair? It’s easy to grow frustrated with our own lot in life and resent those who seem to have it better. Consider the story of Miriam.