I woke up the other morning with words to the hymn “Low in the Grave He Lay” in my head: “Up from the grave he arose! With a mighty triumph o’er his foes!”
For the last 18 years, one verse in Scripture has particularly shaped why and how I pray.
A friend of mine once went to an evangelism training seminar for campus ministers where they were asked to share the gospel with each other to practice.
For many of us, great InterVarsity staff workers are sometimes the closest thing we have to what we might consider modern-day saints.
The sacrament of Communion seems a bit odd from our modern eyes.
I recently hit a major wall in my relationship with God.
Can we be sad and still worship God? What about angry? Confused?
It’s funny to me how Jesus can get to the heart of our true sin issues with just a couple of words.
Throughout the past 25 years, God has placed me in four distinct churches that have differed in denomination, race, socioeconomic makeup, and language.
I’m trying to pray audacious prayers.
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