What does it look like to live as a disciple of Christ in this world? One of the ten marks of a disciple is perception: learning to use nature to amplify your delight in and fear of the Lord.Read More
Living Out Your Faith
Applying the timeless principles of Scripture to relationships and daily practice, including sharing your faith with others.
Ken Boa won a second IVP Readers’ Choice Award with his 2020 book “Shaped by Suffering” (with Jenny Abel).Read More
Prophets held the unique position in their worlds of proclaiming the truths of God to a people that was often too hardened to hear it. The prophet was witness to a world that would rather trade repentance for wrath.
The recorded messages of these mouthpieces of God provide for us today lessons in human history, timeless warnings even of our own wanderings, missteps,Read More
What can we learn from the difficult year of 2020? How can we recalibrate our minds and spirits in light of it? And how can we live this year as if it might be the last?Read More
How can you overcome the grave when you see your loved one die? The biblical view gives us hope through a proper prospective—longing for Christ’s return.Read More
God has given you both a universal and a unique purpose in life. He calls you to a life of ministry through your unique circumstances and the prism of your personality.Read More
Do fear and love go together? When it comes to growing our passion for God, they do—reverential awe for his holiness and joy from His intimacy with us.Read More
“If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit” (Galatians 5:25 NASB95). One mark of the disciple is depending on the power of the Holy Spirit.Read More
We cannot achieve righteousness on our own. However, when we have been identified with Christ, He gives us practices to conform us to His image.Read More
Eliza Johnson dreamed of having many children and playing in a prominent orchestra. God stripped away those dreams—and gave her Himself.Read More