Articles By Guest Bloggers
Going Home, by Benjamin Mast
Saturday August 19, 2017christian life • pain & suffering •
Visit an Alzheimer’s day center or memory-care unit and you will inevitably hear the questions and pleas:
Being Dad – Father as a Picture of God’s Grace, by Scott Keith
Saturday July 29, 2017christian life • family • men • parenting •
Where have all the fathers who are the core gone?
Divided We Fall, by Luder Whitlock
Thursday July 13, 2017holy spirit •
Anxiety, by Levi the Poet
Saturday June 24, 2017pain & suffering •
A few years ago now, my wife and I joined another couple from our hometown for a meal. Our dinner conversations eased their way into a discussion about mental illness. I remember my friend asking if I’d be willing to explain anxiety. What does it feel like? What does it mean?
Finding God Where You Least Expect Him by Ryan Couch
Thursday June 22, 2017pain & suffering •
“If you seek God outside of Christ all you will find is the devil.” — Luther
Churchy by Sarah Condon
Saturday May 27, 2017christian life •
In the deeply religious culture of my high school, it sometimes felt as though everyone was falling off some Christian righteousness wagon on a regular basis solely for the thrill of dramatically climbing back on.
I Wore White, by Trillia Newbell
Thursday May 4, 2017christian life • marriage •
My white dress did not represent a life of purity. But I wore white on my wedding day and I’d wear it again. I am a new creation.
Katharina & Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun & a Renegade Monk
Saturday April 1, 2017
Long before he was married himself, Luther acknowledged the challenges inherent in matrimony. “Marriage does not always run smoothly, it is a chancy thing,” he admitted. “One has to commit oneself to it.”