Five Words

In Washington, DC, in a museum just down the road from the Smithsonian, there’s an old, beat-up piece of wood on display. It’s an important piece of wood, although you might not know it just by looking at it. On its surface, which is covered in gouges from a sharp …

The Gap

So often, Pentecost feels to me like the last ellipsis before we trail off into deafening silence. We have this meaningful, tangible …

What’s Missing?

You come home at the end of a long day, only to find the most important things in your life are gone. …

Resisting to Bloodshed

Here’s the bad news: Satan is out to get you. To destroy you. He wants very much to rip away your salvation, …

Speed Limits

There are quite a few ways to deal with speed limits. You can perpetually keep your speedometer sitting at five over. You …

The Righteous Is Taken Away

It’s hard to dull the pain of losing someone we love. We know the verses. We know the promises. We know God’s …

It’s Time to Fight

It was one of the last sentences Jesus spoke to His disciples before His crucifixion. A warning—and a promise: “These things I …

We Don’t Sign Off Anymore

The Internet is everywhere. There was a time, not too long ago, when that wasn’t the case. “Going online” used to mean …

How to Grow Old Poorly

The problem with getting older is that it happens when you’re not looking. There was a time in my life when no …

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