Articles By Guest Bloggers
Broken Homes in the Bible, by Richard Pratt
Thursday December 5, 2019christian life • family • marriage • pain & suffering • parenting •
Unless you live in complete isolation, you have seen a broken home. Maybe it’s the family of a friend or a relative; maybe it’s your own home. Families fall apart in ways that are short-lived and lifelong, hidden from view and out there for everyone to see. But no family is “fine,” “without problems,” or “great” until someone destroys it. Every home is broken from the day it begins.
White Awake, by Daniel Hill
Saturday November 30, 2019christian life •
The tension I felt due to my growing racial awareness continued to intensify, and it was clear to me that something was going to have to change.
Jesus, the Real Parenting Expert, by Joel Fitzpatrick
Thursday November 7, 2019parenting •
What is amazing is that the Father knows his sons, he knows where they are, and how they will respond to his actions.
James K.A. Smith book excerpt, On the Road with Saint Augustine
Saturday November 2, 2019christian life •
IT IS PERHAPS ironic, and a sign of how far he’d come, that a decade after his move to Milan the middle- aged Augustine who had roamed in search of happiness found that the blinking beacon of...
Resurrection Realism, by Paul E. Miller
Saturday August 17, 2019bible teaching •
Because Paul sees all of life through [the Resurrection], his chains and others’ jealousy become “light and momentary afflictions” (2 Cor. 4:17)
Floating Lessons, by Matthew Porter
Tuesday July 23, 2019christian life •
I will never not need Jesus the way my son needed that life jacket at that moment.
Reading Romans Backwards, by Scot McKnight
Thursday June 27, 2019bible teaching • scripture •
Reading Romans forwards, beginning at 1:1 and closing the letter at 16:27, is both the best way to read Romans and its biggest problem.
Gaming God, by Jack Williams
Thursday June 13, 2019christian life •
Honestly, I was tired of the dark cloud that seemed to be permanently parked over my head.