Your Place in the Church

By Wesley Chow

I am insecure about biscuits. You know—those little, crumbly, sweet cookies British people eat with tea. 

By Matt Meyer

I have four simple words of advice for you if you’re looking for a church: it’s not about you.

By Laura Abrams

Throughout the past 25 years, God has placed me in four distinct churches that have differed in denomination, race, socioeconomic makeup, and language. In these different communities, God has grown

By Lisa Liou

On the surface, I go to church because I should, because I said I would, and because I want to model church attendance to my kids. But, if I can step outside my negativity and sense of drudgery about it, I remember that I go because I’m part of a family.

By Ryan Hammill

What happens when we follow God’s heart right into the midst of the urban poor?

By Debbie Abbs

While Jesus was on earth, he went to those who lived on the margins of life. Those folks whom society, including Christian society, wrote off and didn’t care about.

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