By Julia Powers

What if eternal life is less about the continuation of time forever and more about the removal of the limitations of time forever? Less about the “ten thousand years” and more about the divine irrelevance of years?

By Jen Herrmann

Who are “those Christians” in your life? Maybe in your mind they’re even “those people who think they’re Christians.” What is the barrier between the two of you?

Because the Word of God, in whose defense we often make those assumptions, has much to say about being united with them.

By Drew Larson

My friend Jennifer leaned over my cubicle wall.

“You know when my whole life changed?” she said to me. “When I realized I didn’t have to just bake cookies all the time.”

By Matt Meyer

No matter how you’re feeling about the election, this particular time in the life of our country provides a unique opportunity to be faithful witnesses to Jesus. 

By Julia Powers

Finding community can be just as arduous a journey as finding Nemo. Especially if you forget people’s names like Dory or cling to your comfort zone like Marlin. Movie metaphors aside, finding community when you’re in a new place requires genuine commitment to the journey. 

By Jonathan Rice

When natural disasters happen, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, or tornados, our world seems a hostile place. 

By Hilary K. Davis

In the Protestant tradition in which I grew up we did not practice Lent (though many Protestant denominations do), but as an adult I have come to love Lent as my favorite season of the church calendar. Here are 10 reasons why.

By Willie Krischke

I am not a good salesman. If I had to make a living selling things to people, I would probably starve.

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