When we lack clarity about how best to interpret a text or how we ought to live our lives, Jesus always asks us to consider how our actions impact others, writes Daniel Frayer-Griggs.
Why is the Pharisee amazed that Jesus ate without washing his hands in Luke 11:37-44? What does this have to do with us? Daniel Frayer-Griggs reflects on this.
God has ultimate authority, but God's kingdom isn't fully complete. How do we live in the meantime, Tara W. Bulger wonders?
Tara W. Bulger looks at 1 Corinthians 4 — how to deal with disagreements and the merciful equality of God's love.
In Romans 14, Paul writes about how we're going to encounter other Christians who think differently than us on issues we consider important. His response? Welcome them and put up with them.
How do we know we're doing good? Rose Schrott Taylor looks at Galatians 5:13-26.
What if we viewed the three parables in Matthew 13:44-52 through the eyes of a child, Mark Hinds wonders?
For the most part, humans can tell the difference between good and evil. And yet, the definition can get messy. What's a seed to do? Mark Hinds looks at the parable of the weeds.
Jesus calls us to open our ears and eyes to recognize God's kingdom in our midst and then to become agents of the kingdom in our creator's world.
Looking at the Gospel of Matthew, Mark Hinds explores what we mean when we talk about the kingdom of heaven.
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