In front of an older house there was a “for sale” sign and on that sign in bold green letters, the lawn sign read “I’M BEAUTIFUL ON THE INSIDE.”
We all have hopes. We have a hope that our kids will do well in school this coming school year to move on to the next grade level. We hope in our jobs we perform well enough to receive a promotion. We hope that we can make it through the next few years so that we can…
From Miletus, Paul summoned the shepherds of the church in Ephesus. His message for them is a loving and touching farewell. I don’t pretend to be in Paul’s class as a preacher, but I do identify with his speech in a number of ways.
How do we navigate this world “Together in Christ”
For almost five months now, churches all across the country have been canceling their weekly assemblies and inviting their members to follow the worship program online. It is explained that this is exactly how early Christians met together – in house churches. Is this an accurate comparison?
Why is it that we are so tempted to favor some people over others? The real reason isn’t very flattering.
Psalm 88 is the darkest corner in the book. It is a prayer of pain that expresses no hope. So why is it in the Bible?
We don’t like to take responsibility for our own mistakes. It’s more satisfying to blame our genes, our circumstances, other people, the devil, or even God.
Our entire world has turned upside down. But some people think that we shouldn’t talk about it, not in worship assemblies or Bible classes. What does God have to say about that popular idea?
The Bible says to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves” (Prov. 31:8, NIV). What does that mean? Who are the people in our world who have no voice?