Kenneth L. Samuel
Our world is full of countless either/or choices.
Nothing thrown back to wound or destroy—this is the gospel whose ministers we are. Offer it to someone today.
We all long for affirmation. We ask "Am I worthwhile? Am I a valuable? Am I beloved?"
Emily C. Heath
Churches say they want strong leaders capable of providing guidance in difficult situations. Until they don't. And, often publicly, the pastor is reminded of their "place."
John A. Nelson
Many of us remember the King James translation of this verse: "… a still small voice."
Quinn G. Caldwell
When a visitor first comes into your church, what do you think she thinks it smells like? Or, since you may not have much control over that, what do you think she thinks it feels like?
Anthony B. Robinson
Why did Jesus order those he healed and those he taught not to celebrate him?
"Gird up your loins!" Chances are you've run across that in the Bible more than once. If not you've really been missing out. Rarely do we have the opportunity to use "gird" and "loins" in the same sentence.
It's odd to praise chocolate during Lent. My apologies, if you've given it up.
I envy the conviction of people with extensive tattoos. From twenty feet away their hands or arms or faces mark them as different, distinct, committed to living out their path.