It’s time for you to stop being a victim of your days.
There’s poetic and practical wisdom in considering where you habitually spend time with God.
Even after a full night’s sleep and morning coffee, your devotionals can feel like more of a circus than a quiet time.
Spiritual disciplines and practices have always helped Christians. Now if we could only understand why they work and why they don’t.
Jesus said, “Pray like this,” but it gets complicated when His list doesn’t match yours.
You want things and you don’t get them. Trouble starts. Sometimes you do get them and trouble starts.
The rule of Christ is far from being some useless imposition. The more deeply personal it becomes, the more it prevents us from ruining our lives.
If God wants us to know Him, why doesn’t he become more obvious and publicly appear for postings on social media? Among the Lord’s disciples, the desire to interact with Him according to the five […]
Before my first mission trip to Uganda about ten years ago, I’d been cautioned that spiritual warfare over there might be intense. I could expect hostile push-back to gospel preaching, demonic forces, black magic, and […]
Our personal world is far from being an island paradise. It’s more like a crowded street corner, full of ambient noise—the dull murmur of hundreds of people talking at once, frequent shouts, random horns blowing, […]