Jesus Is Weirder Than You Remember

Jesus was not the placid messiah he is so often portrayed to be, so we should get comfortable with being weird.

Completion or Competition: Which Best Describes Your Church?

As members of the body of Christ we have been designed for completion of one another rather than competition.

Where Are We Finding Our Identity?

The world encourages us to find our identity by looking within or looking to others' approval, but our identity can only be found in our Creator.

Why Purity Is Not a Private Matter

Ultimately, compromising our purity and integrity reveals a sinful heart with broader implications.

6 Ways to Fight the Debilitating Power of Doubt

You don't have to stay stuck in doubt. Here are ways to wage war on your doubts.

Greg R. Scharf and Arthur Kok: The New Elder’s Handbook

A Biblical Guide to Developing Faithful Leaders

The Importance of Preaching the Theology of Suffering

God uses affliction as a loving tool to make us holy after the image of Christ.

The Origin Story of the Bible

The story of how the Bible was constructed is as inspiring and miraculous as the stories within it.

C. Christopher Smith: How the Body of Christ Talks

Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church

Chicken Little Syndrome and the Church

We have bought into myths that hinder our witness and keep us passive and fearful about sharing our faith.
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