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Four Ways We Can Grow in Discernment

We have more content readily available to us today than previous generations could have ever dreamed possible. We’re not lacking information, but we’re always in need of greater discernment. And that’s never more important than when it concerns our faith. As you desire to grow in your faith, you need […]

God is Worthy of Your “Wow”

There have been a few memorable moments of my life which I’ll call “Wow” moments. I remember the summer before my Junior year of high school working at a camp in northern Minnesota. One clear night I was walking to my cabin and was struck by the millions of shining […]

Bible Q&A: Where Is Our Visual Focus In Prayer?

Q: When we pray to the Lord, where is our visual focus? A: “To you I lift up my eyes, O you who are enthroned in the heavens! Behold, as the eyes of servants look to the hand of their master… so our eyes look to the Lord our God, […]

Screwtape’s Advice on How to Attack a Man’s Faith 

My dear Wormwood, Necessity compelled me to write. I hear that your man suffers from disappointment and unwanted circumstances, and I have only to say this: Take full advantage of your opportunity. Likely, he is weakened in faith because his situation has not afforded him the luxury of resting upon […]
Key Connections

Key Connections (November 24, 2017)

A Beautiful Table and a Bitter Heart (Melissa Kruger, The Gospel Coalition) As we quiet our hearts before the Lord, offering up the sacrifice of praise for his goodness in our lives, we prepare our hearts to experience the joy of giving thanks. Counting our blessings instead of counting our […]

Thankfulness in the Mud Pit

Are you, or is someone you know, in a season of trial this Thanksgiving Day? In times of despair, Scripture is medicine for the soul. God has also gifted the church with worship hymns that are biblically motivated from the hymn writer’s personal experience. Both inspired Scripture and spiritual songs […]