We are all storytellers, but we are not the author. When we hear about someone’s life, we’re always coming into a story.
Ask questions without an agenda, that get to the heart, and when you hit something, keep digging.
Let us reject the pressure to respond to hurt with something grand and profound, and let us be okay with saying something short and simple like “thank you for sharing.”
Thomas Dutton shares what happens when our instinct to relate leads us astray.
When you boil it down, a large part of discipleship is hearing and speaking. In this article, Thomas Dutton writes about listening and responding well.
God’s vision for the local church is paramount in bringing life to those in hard places.
Gabe and Kara Karns share their story as a host family with Safe Families for Children, a movement fueled by compassion to keep children safe and families intact.
By Josie Gresh. Prioritizing corporate worship, even when the only place to gather is online, demonstrates to our children a high and holy view of the local church and shapes their identities as God-worshipers.
by Melissa Davis: Even from a young age we all have a sense that there is some greater calling on our lives. There is something we ought to be doing. There must be a reason why I am here. Maybe we don’t all sing from the tops of cliffs or set ice crystals off across an entire city; but, the undertones of the experience are so deeply wired into image bearers.
An article by Jessica Selway on fixing our eyes on Jesus. “The longer I’m separated from loved ones, I become increasingly prone to uncertainty and worry.”