During this Christmas season, take time to ponder on the obedience that Mary walked in as God’s favored one and how following God’s leadership is key to loving Him.
In our increasingly isolated world—whether due to technology, pandemics, or other things—connection is as important as ever.
Advent is less about the mechanics of our celebration and more about the seeking of the face of the God-man, who fully grasps the anguish you and I are feeling yet prevailed over it.
For so many of us, 2020 has been a difficult year full of challenges. But as we close out this year, Justin encourages us to reflect on the ways we've grown and celebrate the victories, both big and small.
It is so simple yet profound: God became a man. Dean Briggs invites us to take a deeper look at the meaning of the incarnation with a very personal application.
Worship frees us to commune with God. Let your soul be renewed as you take time to rejoice in His goodness and love.
The power of life and death is in the tongue. How can confessing the risen Christ in you build your faith and help you overcome? Get fresh perspective this Easter!
Our fundamental problem and glory is that we were born with deep longings of the heart for greatness, impact, and wholeheartedness.
If our core belief is that there is something wrong with us, we will perform for love, striving to prove we're okay and worthy of acceptance.
Twice in the New Testament God’s conveyance of divine delight and highest favor is expressed: once toward Mary, the mother He chose for Jesus; and once toward us, those redeemed by His grace.
The hope of Advent—Jesus' coming and return—is bright enough to pierce even the greatest darkness. It is hope for everyone, the lonely and the hurting.
Christmas existed long before it was commercialized. Discover the simplicity of who Jesus is and what He means for us today.
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