Let Me Carry You Home

Jesus became a man, so he understands you, but he also is God, so he is powerful enough to carry you.

The Quiet Practice of Solitude and Secrecy

Solitude is uncomfortable and takes practice. That's OK. It's worth it to cultivate intimacy with God.

Recapturing the Wonder

Mike Cosper: Transcendent Faith in a Disenchanted World

The Mountains Are Calling

Jarrett Stephens: Making the Climb for a Clearer View of God and Ourselves

Living an Undying Hope

J.R.R. Tolkien coined the term eucatastrophe to describe a story's sudden happy turn. Where do we find such a hope?

6 Practices That Keep Us Connected to God

These six values have helped our church stay connected with the current of what God is doing in his world.

Looking to the Mountains

In the Bible, God often chooses to reveal himself to people on mountaintops. Here's what we can learn from that.

Why Is ‘Sin’ the Key to Grace?

Many people have trouble with a God that holds us to a standard of righteousness, but we don't even meet our own standard.

Reconciling True Religion

The difference between good and bad religion is fleshed out by the interactions between Jesus and the Pharisees and Sadducees. Here's what we must learn from it.
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