There is a certain store that I visit with some regularity. It is a well-known mega-retailer that is open around the clock, and they really do have pretty good prices on
For the past several decades, our expression and perception of what it means to live the Christian life have been shaped by what I call the salvation worldview.
God isn’t interested in competing against the din of all of the voices in our lives. He’s looking for those of his people who create a void and invite his presence into it.
Whether it’s work or play, rest or toil, do all to the glory of Jesus.
Best-selling biographer Eric Metaxas sat down with Christianity Today’s Tim Stafford to talk about God and miracles and his new book.
No matter the technical aspect of the work, if my work is for God, I bring life and its fruit into places that would otherwise spiral hopelessly toward despair and conflict.
God loves to use the small and weak things of this world to stump and confound the great and powerful. It would be fair to say then, that the things we tend to think are impressive may mean less to God than we think.
The Kingdom of Heaven is such an abstract and difficult thing to describe in words. If it seems like an unfathomable concept, don’t despair!
Jesus essentially gave the entire reason for human existence when he said we must love God and others. God gave us work to serve these ends.
The Big Days: conferences, retreats, summits, weddings, baptisms, graduations… they all are packed with aspirations, emotions, weighty thoughts and hopes for a new day, a new lease on life, a new set of eyes with which to see the world. But, it’s the Day After any of these things that matters most…