Brian Harris suggests, each time we are about to say “yes”, why not pause and ask, “what does this mean I am saying no to?”
We all crave for success, but how do we know when we’ve really “made it”? What really matters to God’s heart when it comes to success?
The more we can trust that God is in control and cares for us, and that we don’t have to earn his approval, the more we’ll be able to “rest” .
Australian pastor and author Jon Tyson says we need a “radical Christian community”, championing healthy masculinity and Christlike character.
Susan Browning was always busy – until the day she started watching clouds go by – and felt a tiny bit restored. It started a new habit.
In his new book, Justin explores habits that help and challenge us to build lives which are more Jesus-like.
It’s easy to assume that once someone makes a decision to become a Christian, they automatically start acting like it. But this is largely a fallacy.
A rich and satisfying life doesn’t come from spending hours endlessly scrolling through social media. It comes through knowing Jesus.
The primary resonance of Jesus’ teaching in Matthew that we are the salt of the earth, would have been the idea of preservation.
When threatened with ‘cancellation’, how do we keep from fighting outrage with outrage, hate with hate, cancellation with counter-cancellation?