Two Kinds of Discipleship: A Reflection on Mary and Martha in Luke 10:38–42

At times it is good for us to reflect on how we are going to go about walking the path before us. Such decisions are plentiful in our lives. When our son was born, there were thoughts about...


How God Is at Work in Your Job That You Hate

“Do what you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.” That would be nice. There is only one problem with this often repeated counsel: it’s impossible for the vast majority of us.

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How the Holy Spirit Helps in Our Weakness: A Reflection on John 14:15–17

“You need help.” These words can elicit a strong reaction. They are easier to hear in the form of a question: “Do you need help?”


Good News for Doubters

Doubt and the ever-debilitating “what-if” have ways of sneaking up on us, even in the sweetest moments of our lives and walks with the Lord. The most debilitating form of doubt a Christian could possibly face is likely doubting one’s own salvation.