Our lives move so quickly we often prioritize being right or seeking the applause of others over pausing to love them well. But what if we spent our short time on Earth getting to know Jesus, who is immensely patient with us and moves closer even when we mess up? Even better, what if we […]
If you think Jesus was a great leader and teacher, but find it hard to believe in his resurrection, you’re in good company. Even his disciples were skeptical. But those same followers were the ones who would later become the spokesmen of a new movement: the church. They would maintain faith in the midst of […]
Ever had an argument that ended with, “It’s fine”? When someone says that, it’s never fine. “It’s fine” has become a term we use to smuggle our fears, faults, and feelings into the future. That simple phrase prevents us from paying attention to the things in us that really need our attention—our emotions.
We all have a framework that helps us make sense out of life. It helps us make decisions that make sense. But we wonder about some things because our frame of reference doesn’t provide all the answers. What do you wonder?
It’s one of our favorite times of the year: Be Rich. We’re uniting with churches across the globe to unleash a wave of generosity here and around the world.. When we come together, when we’re generous, we can change our communities . . . and the world.
Guardrails. They’re everywhere, whether we need them to be or not. The thing about guardrails is that we don’t need them . . . until we do. And when we need one, it can be the difference between life and death.
It’s scary out there—no doubt about it. We’d all like to remove fear and uncertainty from our lives, but that’s not always possible. Are we destined to live scared to death or can we discover a new way of dealing with anxiety and worry?