John A. Nelson
Last spring, sin came to our church's front door.
Often we mistake sin for its disguises in right and wrong behavior.
Kenneth L. Samuel
Sin is the denial and the neglect of who we are.
Quinn G. Caldwell
When was the last time you heard the word "redeem" outside of church?
It's good to be bored by sin. After all, we're intimately familiar with it.
Emily C. Heath
And so, I say this freely: I'm a sinner. And so are you. And so are we all. Because none of us is perfect, and none of us always gets it right.
Some people find confession depressing. They want to hear that they're good, and getting better all the time. They want church to further their self-improvement projects. I'm not so keen on that.