Christian humility is much more than self-deprecation or mere honesty; it is self-forgetfulness in loving others to the glory of God.
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.
Christian, do you struggle with seeing the Father as harsh, distant, or unapproachable? Consider his love and receive by faith the unbelievable.
Many Reformed Christians are hesitating when it comes to experiencing and speaking of God's love. Why and what are we missing out on?
Thoughts from Proverbs 18:14 during Mental Health Awareness Month.
The Christian perfectionist knows and treasures the Gospel, but still wrestles with deep discouragement and even despair. Here are some words of encouragement for those of us who struggle with never being good enough.
There is deep comfort to be found in the truth of God's kindness and wisdom. Pregnancy, miscarriage, new birth, and Spurgeon-- here's a recent chapter from the story of God's goodness in my life.
Do I need to change? How do I need to change? Can I change? And what if I fail? Scripture answers these questions, giving us a clear call and great hope for personal change this new year.
If you are serious about your Christian identity, having a Liturgical calendar that you faithfully abide by, especially in a world that constantly bombards you with advertisements and identity politics, is especially helpful. In other words, consistently observing things like...
Even if we didn't praise the LORD last time, and even if we know that we will likely not praise the LORD next time, let us resolve to praise the LORD this time.