Articles By Guest Bloggers
Nothing More Than a Noisy Gong, by Jake Luhrs
Thursday August 9, 2018christian life •
Many people can do the “christian” thing. We can talk to people about Scripture, we can share the Good
News, and we can tithe to our church or donate to a cause. We can even read our Bibles and proclaim to
others how much “we love Jesus.” But if there isn’t love that flows out of those things, then what are we
doing? And why are we doing it?
An Unhealthy Preoccupation with Sin, by Ryan Couch
Thursday July 26, 2018christian life •
I’ve often said that the Church has this weird preoccupation with sin. I don’t mean that the Church should ignore sin or be afraid to talk about it. What I mean is that the Church treats sin like the boogie man.
Hanging on Through a Glimpse, by Tom Sloan
Thursday July 12, 2018christian life • pain & suffering •
You know you are a child of God because when you went to Jesus He said—he that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.
The Art of Rest, by Adam Mabry
Saturday June 30, 2018christian life •
As good Christian folk, we’re supposed to take the Bible at face value — holding fast to the words of Scripture in the way they come to us. Yet when it comes to rest, we good Christian folk have a tendency to start changing the word of God. Don’t believe me? Have a look.
How to Handle Criticism, by Ryan Stanley
Thursday June 28, 2018christian life •
If you are like me your first response to criticism may not always be the best. Have you ever received a critique from someone and the response in your head is “Yeah, well you’re ugly!”? Yeah, me neither.
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.