Finding the Right Hills to Die On

Finding the Right Hills to Die On

One of the unfortunate realities of church history is the frequency with which churches have divided over theological differences. It continues to happen today. Issues such as baptism, spiritual gifts, and ordaining women cause Christians to fight and, ultimately, break fellowship. Gavin Ortlund has written a helpful book about navigating the complexities of theology while [...]

Just Do Something

Just Do Something

Life is full of questions. Where should I go to college? What degree should I declare? What city should I live in? Should I get married? Who should I marry? How many children should I have? On any given day, we our faced with thousands of decisions. In many ways, our lives are a reflection [...]

Gentle and Lowly

Gentle and Lowly

As Christ followers, we are called to live as children of light. Instead of engaging in darkness, our job is to expose it. Yet, sin crouches at the door of every Christian home. It stings and produces guilt in the lives of otherwise faithful Christ followers. For many, reoccurring sin can make questions arise about [...]

All Things New

All Things New

Periodically, I come across a breathtaking book — a book so powerful in its message, my heart is filled with an abnormal amount of hope. Such books make me want to live a better story. I have never read John Eldredge before. I recall his books being fairly popular some years back. A few of [...]