We all have busy lives. But we don’t have to settle for a busy heart. Continue reading Savoring Stillness
Could it be that we are sacrificing efficacy at the altar of efficiency? Have we embraced winning decisions over making disciples? Continue reading Shepherding Students Through Conversion
With All Your Heart helps us demystify what’s going on inside of us to better understand both our sin and our Savior. Continue reading Book Review: “With All Your Heart” (A. Craig Troxel)
How wonderful it is to have others speak words of life into our sinfully angry hearts. Continue reading Under the Mountain’s Cover
A poem. Continue reading they breathe.
When we find ourselves without words to pray, we are not at a dead end. Continue reading When Your Prayers Lack Words
This is not the kind of worship we were made for — tethered by text or digital renderings of image-bearers. Continue reading Book Review: “Analog Church” (Jay Kim)
In prayer, God wants a right heart more than the right words. Continue reading On Psalm 70 and Presumptuous Prayers
It has not only helped me better love my Savior, but to better grasp my Savior’s love for me. Could we ask for more from a book? Continue reading Book Review: “Gentle and Lowly: The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers” (Dane Ortlund)
When we fast from food, we confess that we cannot live by bread alone and that only the Bread of Life can truly satisfy us. Continue reading No Food For Thought
The digging never ends, but in the digging, we experience the treasure of Christ himself. Continue reading Cartographers for Christ
When Christ saves us, he saves us from more than sin and spiritual death. He saves us to a transformed life, with no aspect left behind—not even our minds. Continue reading Can We Really Have The Mind of Christ?
My Bible reading plan for 2020. Continue reading My 2020 Bible Reading Plan
My favorite Christian and non-Christian reads during 2019. Continue reading Top Books of 2019
Why are we so motivated to welcome the young child raised in church or the “Lydias” into our spiritual family, but we hold the very publicly broken who express finding redemption at arms’ length? Continue reading Kanye West and Childlike Faith
What if part of the reason you and I seem to participate in so little personal evangelism is due to our unpreparedness in gospel proclamation? Continue reading Writing Out The Gospel
We all have to deal with uncontrollable circumstances that beat us down or even change our very lives. People disappoint or damage us. Sometimes our righteous anger morphs into anger against our Maker. Continue reading Can You Be Angry At God Without Sinning?
It does not matter where we are or what kind of time we have, if our eyes are not fixed on Jesus, our time in the Word will be hopelessly frustrating. Continue reading Fixing Our Flittering Eyes
God gives us the reminders we need in the places we don’t expect them. Continue reading New Birth