Editor’s Note: In an attempt to prepare our hearts to worship the risen Christ this coming Easter Sunday, we leave you with a few quotes from John Stott’s, The Cross of Christ. There is then, it is safe to say, no ...

By Chelsea Vaughn My soul longs, yes, faints for the courts of the Lord; my heart and flesh sing for joy to the living God (Psalm 84:2). What does it look like to have a soul that faints for the courts of the Lord? What does it look ...

  By Courtney Reissig   The other day I was watching one of my favorite television shows, The West Wing. While the show chronicles the inner workings of a Presidential Administration, what struck me most in this particular ...

  Our National Conference is now in the books. In God’s kindness, the event sold out with 1,300 in attendance. It was standing room only as men and women heard from complementarian leaders on God’s goodness in our ...

 By Melissa Parnell (Editor’s Note: Melissa is the wife of Jonathan Parnell, author of How to Stay Christian in Seminary. Many men who enter seminary have a wife and often children. We wanted to hear how Melissa was able to ...

By Gloria Furman I live in a culture that admires a man’s earning power, and his fertility, and his ability to rule his domain with an iron fist. While Scripture certainly calls for a Christ-like masculinity that provides for and ...

By Leanne Swift I’ve been praying lately that the Lord would show me how I could be more effective in his service. I think he answered by revealing something that has been holding me back in many ways: self preservation.  It has ...

By Christine Hoover Editor’s Note: One of our regular writers, Christine Hoover, shares her insights on women, friendship, and ministry. We hope you are encouraged as much as we were. ...

By Tina Gist Do you have “hot spots” of clutter around the house? For instance, are there spots where junk mail lands, dirty laundry ends up on the floor, books don’t get re-shelved, clean laundry collects, toys get scattered, ...

By Rondi Lauterbach No one told me that when I had a baby that not only would I not have time to read my bible, but I wouldn’t have time to eat either. No one told me that. They didn’t tell me how hungry I’d be either. Feeding ...

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