One Christ, One Lord, One God

One Christ, One Lord, One God

I recently visited my mother’s home and had the chance to spend some time with loved ones. We sat around and partook in the usual American family tradition – turning on the television and try to make sense of the chaos that is happening in our present world. In the wake of all...

Faith Alone (For Real)

Faith Alone (For Real)

I sat on the plush, cream-colored sofa, helping my mentor fold laundry while her two-year-old played on the floor. I was a senior in college, involved in campus ministry and leading a Bible
study, and I enthusiastically updated her on both endeavors. I’d begun telling yet another story...

Trusting in God's Goodness When Tragedy Strikes

Trusting in God's Goodness When Tragedy Strikes

I’m sitting here this morning staring at a blank screen. Like so many around me, I am heartbroken, sleep deprived, and questioning the circumstances that unfolded. Our small neighboring community has been shaken, and our children are afraid to go to school...

8 Apps To Help You Stay In God's Word

8 Apps To Help You Stay In God's Word

According to the Daily Mail online, the average smartphone user picks up their phone 1,500 times a week. The average owner uses this device for three hours and sixteen minutes each day - or the equivalent of almost one full day a week...

The Weekend Round-Up | 8.25.17

The Weekend Round-Up | 8.25.17

We've gathered some our favorite content we found this week. You will find articles, sermons, blog posts, podcasts, and other biblically sound resources that will edify and encourage you in your Christian walk.

7 Back-to-School Prayers for Students

7 Back-to-School Prayers for Students

This is only my second year of not going back to school, but it still feels strange. My heart and mind are in sync with the school calendar. And as a student, September seems more like the beginning of a new year than January. It’s a new season—new classes, new teachers...

Surface Calvinists

Surface Calvinists

Being reformed in our theology is so much more than long beards, smoking cigars and drinking beer. It's more than Spurgeon sermons and a bookshelf full of theologians. It's even more than reformed memes and twitter wars...

The Weekend Round-up | 8.11.17

The Weekend Round-up | 8.11.17

Below we have gathered some our favorite content we found this week. You will find articles, sermons, blog posts, podcasts, and other biblically sound resources that will edify and encourage you in your Christian walk.

Sabbath and the Single Parent

Sabbath and the Single Parent

I don’t know about you, but for me personally, busyness has become a way of life.  If I’m going to give you an honest answer about my busy life,  I’m in good conscience going to give you an excuse as to why I can’t help being so busy...

Keep Your Pastor off the Pedestal

Keep Your Pastor off the Pedestal

We all have our favorite teachers and preachers. Whether they be men of old, or those who walk in our present time, there are men of God who we highly respect and are truly grateful for. In an age where the word of God is abused...

Reconciling Gods Goodness with Our Suffering

Reconciling Gods Goodness with Our Suffering

The pain of watching the ultrasound tech search for that once obvious baby while contractions pulsed and tears filled my eyes, was one of the most painful things I've experienced both physically and emotionally...

Does Doctrine Divide?

Does Doctrine Divide?

There is one thing I'm becoming more and more aware of as I grow both in age and in faith, and it's that the Church has adopted worldly mindsets to a much greater extent than we may be ready and willing to admit. I'm not even referring...