Human beings break their promises. But God doesn’t break promises to us.
Jesus builds his church on the confession of a man with a sketchy record when it comes to firm faith.
This is the struggle of our time: disconnecting our children from devices and connecting them with the embrace of a loving, Christian community.
Teens played cards with retirees. Families sat together. Singles were welcomed to the table and made comfortable.
When Jesus enters the world of knights and gnomes, something magical happens.
In the next few posts, I’ll help you use your family time, or after school time, or weekend time to train 21st century heroes.
As the detritus of Christmas surrounds us, where do we see Jesus?
The frontier to which God is calling you might be as close as a relative or friend.
“Do you really believe Jesus is the Son of God?” the teen asked. “I do,” I said, “and I don’t need anyone else to agree with me.”
Every time I’ve allowed God to prune, uproot, and replant me, my actual wildest dreams and secret hopes have flowered and fruited in ways that were beyond my imaginings.