Articles By Guest Bloggers
The Spirit of Sonship: A Meditation for Father’s Day, by Daniel Bush
Thursday June 14, 2018
Our Spirit-filled walk doesn’t make us sons, the Holy Spirit does. And “sonship” is the root of freedom.
Unforgettable, by Mike Khandjian
Saturday June 9, 2018christian life •
The Church is full of stumblers. I know, because I am one of them. Some freely admit this, but sadly most hide in fear, wondering if God could ever forgive them.
Why Vulnerability Is Critical For Genuine Connection, by Dan Bush
Thursday June 7, 2018christian life • relationships •
Vulnerability isn’t weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.
It’s Not OK! by Ryan Stanley
Thursday May 17, 2018
“Oh, it’s ok!” Have you ever heard those words from someone after you asked their forgiveness for something you did?
Lost, by Tom Sloan
Thursday May 3, 2018christian life •
When all is said and done, I may not be any less of a sinner, I may not be a better husband or father, but I will be His.
Buckle up Buckeroos! by Carolyn Custis James
Friday April 20, 2018bible teaching • sanctification •
There is more to the Bible than you know.
Delivered from Evil: How England’s Darkest Hour Became its Finest, by David Hay
Monday January 8, 2018pain & suffering • prayer •
Had the events of May 1940, particularly those recounted in ‘Darkest Hour,’ turned out differently, the entire world might well have endured a darkness such as never seen before in the history of mankind. Perhaps the May 26th, 1940, National Day of Prayer deserves more than a few silent prayers of thanks and certainly, at very least, an honorable mention by Hollywood.
Listening to Emotions—and Learning Love, by Daniel Bush
Thursday January 4, 2018christian life •
Another Christmas and New Year are in the books, and soon the decorations will be repacked in basement boxes, the tree taken down, and the last leftovers devoured.