Kids sometimes have the most amazing self-confidence. Julie Mullins reflects on being confident in our calling, even if we're not sure of our assignment.
If all the things we're doing are done at the expense of our relationship with Jesus, we’re missing the point.
Caring for elderly relatives is the most challenging thing many believers have ever faced. Faith Whatley encourages us that just when we most want out, God calls us to lean in.
Don’t let the enemy trick you into thinking you should be quiet, passive, and unused. With God’s help you can fight the good fight, lead the way, and proclaim the gospel.
As we grapple with fractured understandings of community, we can engage beyond the tweet, sacrifice beyond the protest, and move with a spirit of reconciliation and healing.
Eating is not always a simple thing. Stephanie Dunk writes about the search for good food: good to eat, but also good in how it affects the world and those who worked to make it.
For one woman, attending the Preaching and Teaching Workshop changed the trajectory of her life.
Denise Gitsham Jones
"So tell me what you want, what you really really want?" asked the Spice Girls, but Denise Gitsham Jones has wondered whether it's okay for Christian women to ask that question.
In the midst of meetings and daily tasks, don’t forget the importance of connecting with those around you.
What difference can we make in our neighborhoods? Cari Jenkins tells a story of a plate of cookies, and what it means to pastor from your own home.
Dressember reminds us that making a difference doesn’t always mean becoming a lawyer or caseworker. Sometimes it looks like just saying yes to a single dress for 31 days.
Building community in our neighborhoods can be hard and heartbreaking. Ashley Hales shares how and why it's worth it.
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