Forgiving the Unforgivable

Forgiving the Unforgivable

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Trusting: Moving From Unbiblical Views To A God-Glorifying Understanding Of Suffering
Can you forgive someone who did that? ... read more
The Starting Point of Forgiving Others

The Starting Point of Forgiving Others

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Abiding: Moving From Simple Belief To Walking In Communion With Christ
Forgiveness isn’t something offered to the deserving or repentant; in fact, it’s not really about the wrongdoer at all. This may seem... read more
Prayer: Sweet Communion With Our Father

Prayer: Sweet Communion With Our Father

by Dustin Benge
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Abiding: Moving From Simple Belief To Walking In Communion With Christ
There are two spiritual undertakings to be continuously part of a believer’s life and growth in Christ toward holiness. One is the... read more
Letter to a Backslider

Letter to a Backslider

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology
Dear Backslider, ... read more
True For You But Not For Me

True For You But Not For Me

by Landon Tucker
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Persevering: Moving From Cultural Conformity To Being Rooted In The Timeless Truth Of Scripture
In 2021, we live in a postmodern culture. This means we live in a society that believes truth is relative and there is no such thing as an... read more
The High-Stakes Gamble of Withholding Forgiveness

The High-Stakes Gamble of Withholding Forgiveness

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Trusting: Moving From Unbiblical Views To A God-Glorifying Understanding Of Suffering
Note: This is the second of a series of articles on Forgiveness. Click here to read "Forgiveness: Confronting My Bitterness, Resentment &... read more
How Can We Trust the Bible?

How Can We Trust the Bible?

by Nick Judd
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology
To answer this question, I want to show you three things. First, this question cannot be asked or answered apart from certain... read more
Forgiveness: Confronting My Bitterness, Resentment, & Anger

Forgiveness: Confronting My Bitterness, Resentment, & Anger

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Learning: Moving From The Shallow End To The Deep Waters Of Theology,  Trusting: Moving From Unbiblical Views To A God-Glorifying Understanding Of Suffering
I used to dream of physically harming the doctor who made the surgical mistake on my son. My son, Kaleb, needed a surgery a few months... read more
Is The World A Safer Place Than The Church?

Is The World A Safer Place Than The Church?

by Matt Moore
TOPIC:Persevering: Moving From Cultural Conformity To Being Rooted In The Timeless Truth Of Scripture
I loved 90s country music as a kid, and I still do as an adult. But when I listen now I realize how many heavy lyrics flew right over my... read more
Cut It Out

Cut It Out

by Brandon Sutton
TOPIC:Persevering: Moving From Cultural Conformity To Being Rooted In The Timeless Truth Of Scripture
Jesus’ teachings were often controversial, and at times they were shocking. For example, in Matthew 5:29-30, our Lord said, “If your... read more
My Father's World

My Father's World

by John Page
TOPIC:Abiding: Moving From Simple Belief To Walking In Communion With Christ
You probably can’t imagine the scene without hearing the music. An older man dressed in grey rides his horse-cart into a glade, only to... read more
Should Christians Use People's Preferred Pronouns?

Should Christians Use People's Preferred Pronouns?

by Erik Reed
TOPIC:Persevering: Moving From Cultural Conformity To Being Rooted In The Timeless Truth Of Scripture
A teenage Christian girl working in a local coffee shop is told by one of her co-workers—a biological female—that she wants to be... read more
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