Chutzpah is the idea that the bottom of the barrel can contend with the top of the barrel, no matter how great the odds, and the bottom of the barrel can win.
The analogy of parenting as a “school of sanctification” has many practical applications for how we respond to sin as we raise our children in the Lord.
Guest contributor Jonathan Chong shares some lessons he learned during his first years of pastoral ministry.
How should Christians celebrate national holidays? Paul's command to rejoice and weep with our neighbors provides a way forward.
Almost one year ago, after the shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, I wrote a post lamenting police brutality and its blatant desecration of the image of God inherent in black bodies. Unfortunately, one year later, I’m left distraught...
Christian, do you struggle with seeing the Father as harsh, distant, or unapproachable? Consider his love and receive by faith the unbelievable.
Anti-racism work is difficult and painful. I pray these reflections from the book of Lamentations inspire you to press on in your call.
Asian Americans are often stereotyped as The Model Minority. The problem is that this stereotype is a destructive myth. It hurts all parties that are involved. The activism inherent in Sabbath is it's antidote.
Today, Reformed Margins is happy to publish a guest post by Moses Lee, in which he reviews and reflects upon Created and Creating by Bill Edgar of Westminster Theological Seminary. Moses Y. Lee (@Pastor_Master) is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian...