• by Bill Davis

     

    My head swims in our culture’s current social and political climate with cries of “fake news.” It can indeed be unsettling. But there’s something far more unsettling in the church—something that threatens our very worship before God… and that is “fake thanks.” Yet thanksgiving undergirds our very identity as Christians to the point that the scriptures are bursting at the seams with it. Here are 3 reasons why it might be more crucial than you think.


  • by Paul Briggs

     

    Who do you depend on? When the going gets tough and you don’t know where else to turn, who or what do you trust? The object of our dependence is far more important than we may realize. We would do well to pause and ponder the question: Who do you depend on?


  • by Gami Ortiz

     

    As February hits, we’re now one month into the new year. Some of us may have made some “New Year’s Resolutions” to better ourselves or improve some skills. Unfortunately, a lot of times we find that the goals we set for last year were abandoned half-way through the year (if that long) and we fell short of what we’d set out to do.


  • by Mikel Berger

     

    Just in this short time frame and from the comfort of my living room chair, I’ve been given a reminder of how God works to show his love and to spread the good news of the saving work of his son, Jesus. He works through my family and he works through the church.