Warning: Ignoring This Will Seriously Damage Your Walk With God

Why Authentic Biblical Community is Different Than We Thought and Better Than We Ever Imagined

Warning: Ignoring This Will Seriously Damage Your Walk With God

No. This isn’t a scare tactic. It’s real. In our Western society and way of thinking, we’ve been boldly convinced we don’t need this. And the crazy thing is we often think we’re not ignoring it because we can see a faux representative of it. But what is it?

5 Things Christian College Students Should Know About Career and Calling

Encouragement for Your Journey In and Through College

5 Things Christian College Students Should Know About Career and Calling

College is a pivotal time in life. It’s a time when we think about the future more than we ever have. It’s in college where, no matter if you’re at a state school or a Bible college, your faith is stretched. And, of course, it’s in college where the topics of career and calling are at the forefront of our minds.

The Hidden Thing Christians Can Learn From Personality Tests

Can I Tell You a Secret?

The Hidden Thing Christians Can Learn From Personality Tests

Have you ever heard something like this? “You’ll have to excuse him, it’s just his personality to be emotionally aloof, socially offensive, and unapologetically jerk-ish.” We can agree that sometimes people use “personality” and personality tests as excuses to have poor character, yes? But is there any value in personality tests for Christians?

A Righteous Gentile vs. The Third Reich: A Review of “Bonhoeffer” by Eric Metaxas

Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy

When God has you, every part of you, hold on tight. He’s going to take you for a ride. Eric Metaxas, in his biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer entitled, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy shows us what God can and will do through a person who surrenders his/her will at the feet of the cross. If you have not read this book, I plead with you to do so.

Fears I Have For My Kids Growing Up in a Christian Home

And My Prayer in the Face of the Fears

Fears I Have For My Kids Growing Up in a Christian Home

Can I be honest? Growing up in a Christian home is foreign to me. Sure, if you asked my family if we believed in God, we would have said yes. But follow Jesus? That’s something different, of course. But my kids will know what it means to grow up in a Christian home. And while I’m thankful for this (that will be another article), I also wrestle with fear because of this.