Links for your weekend reading:
Reading a hard book, we must remember, is an experience that returns many rewards not generated by a pithy blog post (ahem) or online magazine.
I propose that we act now with the greatest resource we have and for the greatest goal: that churches reflect the character of God.
Here are five reasons why churches should pray for other churches in their city.
Zechariah and Mary are excellent examples of the two kinds of doubt—proud doubt and humble doubt.
I want the church to be a safe place for messy people, including those, like me, who struggle with some form of mental illness. Is it easy to serve someone with a mental disorder? Of course not! But Jesus gravitated toward those who didn’t haven’t it all together, and he wants us to follow his lead.
Jesus shatters the myth that busyness equals faithfulness; he confronts all of our fears that lead to our busyness, then he points us to a better way forward—resting in him. We sit at the feet of Jesus, find our sufficiency in him, and only then fill our schedules with whatever he tells us.