I have spent a lot of time in waiting rooms. Hospitals, doctor’s offices, urgent cares, pharmacies—I’ve known them all already, known them all. And many times it was the I’ve-already-read-through-this-magazine-three-times kind of waiting. You know, I always found it a bit presumptuous how hospitals refer to visitors as patients. The...
Why Doesn’t God Still Speak Audibly? (Patrick Schreiner, The Gospel Coalition)
Did Old Testament saints see God, or has no one ever seen God? And does he reveal himself the same way in the New Testament as in the Old?
The Attributes of God (Lore Ferguson Wilbert, Sayable)
I really mean it when I say committing these characteristics of God to memory has been one of the most life-changing disciplines for me.
Prayer always makes a difference—even when God says “no” (Anne Woodcock, The Good Book Company)
We wonder if we’re praying for something wrong, or in the wrong way. We get disheartened. We give up. We conclude that prayer “doesn’t work.”
4 Ways the Gospel Is Shaping My Parenting (Michael Kelley, Forward Progress)
The gospel, then, shapes our parenting just as the gospel shapes everything else about who we are and what we do. How does that shaping happen?
Devotional Theology (Jessica Pickowicz, Beautiful Thing)
Christian women everywhere are desperately seeking to know God better. However, the one thing we’re lacking is the one thing that’s sitting right under our noses—the Word of God; and further, a right understanding and application of it.