By Tamara Lunardo
It came on out of nowhere, a small thing turned big, a feeling– normally dismissed– now wielding supernatural strength. It claimed hold; it held tight.
First the anger, then the sadness, tired beyond tired, done.
By Ed Cyzewski
Despite the walls of theology books I’d set up as a defense, God still saved me from myself.
I have seen God’s mercy descend—even in the unlikely space of a seminary library.
I’d been in seminary long …
By Kristin Potler
Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, there’s just something about that name.
I found myself in church today, saying Jesus over and over again. I have worshipped for years, declaring His goodness, feeling washed by the oceans of grace …
By Katherine Willis Pershey
O Master, let me walk with Thee
In lowly paths of service free;
Tell me Thy secret; help me bear
The strain of toil, the fret of care.
Last summer, the church where I serve as an Associate Pastor …
By Andrea Levendusky
I've just finished a session at a youth conference. This weekend, I decided I would tell my story. Whatever handful or hundred-ful of girls decided to come and listen, I'd be honest. I'd speak clear …
By DL Mayfield
Author’s Note: As an exercise, I re-wrote the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) in “socially acceptable” language--a sort of modern version. I was surprised at how convicted I was (and which parts were the …