As National Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, many will continue the hidden battle with depression and anxiety. In honor of that struggle, Reformed Margins is holding our first giveaway.
Why does God seem silent in my repentance? What instruction might he have for me in Peter's denial?
There is nothing too difficult for the Lord, not even the stubborn heart of self-pity.
Learning to surrender a selfish claim to pity is hard because removing idols is hard. If self-pity is a sure sin, how can we bring to God what our hearts are not yet convicted of? God shows us through the...
Your efforts in this battle are not in vain.
In a world marred by sin, communication is no less broken. Given the ongoing discussion of race within the evangelical church, here are four questions for loving others better with our speech.
Life is a continual uphill battle, but what if you'd rather stay by the foot of the hill?
Every so often, we are blessed to meet someone who leaves a remarkable impression on our lives. Here's the story of how a little boy changed my life.
The weary believer prays and asks for enough grace to get through the day, but how much is enough?