Like Jesus, God calls us to bear our own crosses. Let's talk about what that actually means.
How do we continue to live when our mentors and leaders leave us?
As salt of the world, Christians are called to bring out the God-given goodness that already exists around us. But we can't forget that Jesus' command in Matthew 5:13 is plural: we can only be salt of the world when we act alongside our Christian siblings.
Baron Mullis writes about overcoming the wisdom of the world.
The hope of Psalm 27 lies in a God who is always willing to be found, writes Teri McDowell Ott.
Stephanie Sorge explores what it means to witness.
Rose Schrott Taylor wonders if the servant in Isaiah 42 is a prophecy for us as well as Christ.
Kyle Walker invites us to pause in the New Year and use Psalm 148 as a guide to see how creation praises God in ordinary, extraordinary ways.
Teri McDowell Ott pushes against the narrative of scarcity that is conveyed by the grumpy innkeeper in the Western church’s telling of the nativity.
Christmas is difficult, bringing up painful memories for many. But, as John Wurster writes while reflecting on Joseph’s story, Christmas has been difficult from the beginning.