Love in the Face of Violence
In the face of his betrayal and death, Jesus chose humility and love. And in the face of a horrible racist hate crime, Christians are called to love in the face of violence.
A Powerful Prayer (part 1)
(Ephesians 1:15-19). Paul's powerful prayer for the church at Ephesus will embolden your prayer life for others to know and to seek God.
A Not-So-Last Supper: Good Friday Reflections
The Final Supper begins and ends in praise. It’s communal. And it points forward to Christ’s return. Though it’s a solemn scene, it is a victorious one.
Healing a World of Harms
Our world is full of harms. How do we reconcile God's goodness with humanity's evil? What is our hope? The apostle John offers a hope and a mission to answer this.
"It is finished." Jesus has liberated you to worship
Lenten Reflection: Christ said "It is finished" at the cross. What does this mean for your life, and how does it affect your daily worship?
The Deposit of the Holy Spirit
The deposit of the Holy Spirit: There's the redemption of the cross, the personal redemption of ourselves, and then the final redemption of all things on heaven and earth.
The Mountain of God: Why the World is not the Tyrant's
(Isaiah 2:2-5) A prophet's words from 2,700 years ago offers hope and truth while our world reels from Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
My Brother’s Keeper: The Bible & Marvel Studios on Neighborly Love
How Black Panther's post-credits scene captures the Christian ethic of being my "brother's keeper," and what the Bible says about war and oppression.
Invited into the Way of Love
(Ephesians 5:1-2) Jesus invites you into the way of love. The way He has loved the world through sacrifice and as a pleasing aroma to God.
Never Lose the Wonder
(Ephesians 1:7-10) Deep joy. Rapture. Wonder. We see these traits in kids, but what about in adults? Here's why you should never lose your wonder in God.