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?
As Christians, we have good reason to be hopeful, not just at the start of each new revolution around the sun, but with each rotation of the earth.
Jesus came and he is coming again. Here are two prayers in light of advent for those who struggle to reconcile present sadnesses with the joyful celebration of Jesus’ birth.
When my daughter came home and asked for a map, new layers were added to my understanding of "In Christ Alone".
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.
Final thoughts on election day.
Ekemini Uwan approaches next week's election through the lens of the Reformed doctrines of common grace and co-belligerence in order to lead us to hope.