“There’s something about the character or nature of God that you discover in those places, that [you] can never find on the mountaintop”.
I always felt sorry for the 144,001st person; you know the one who missed out and didn’t make the quota for the number of people who get saved.
When someone responds negatively to a conversation, there’s usually an underlying reason for it. The key is to look past the response to try and understand.
There’s different views about who Jesus was, but they can be basically boiled down to four key ideas.
Turmoil is both the soundtrack and the screenplay of our humanity. Why, then, if our brokenness is universal, do we dress it up with photos carefully posed?
In this secular age it could almost be considered social and professional suicide. So why believe in Christianity at all?
The growing suspicion that Christians are facing from the wider culture makes this conversation an increasingly urgent one.
If we are ever unsure whether to decide to show mercy to someone, or to judge them, it’s best to always err on the side of mercy.
The memoir written by Ronald Reagan’s post-presidency Executive Assistant is an affectionate and intimate reflection of his final years.
When we’re tempted to focus on our weakness, we should instead focus on our completeness in Jesus.