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Four Ways to Let the Gospel Shape Your Response to Racism

Four Ways to Let the Gospel Shape Your Response to Racism

Monét Robinson
Over the last two years, I have traveled my own journey of racial awareness, wrestling with definitions, with my own upbringing, with history, with other... Read More
Bible Reading is an Invitation, Not a Burden

Bible Reading is an Invitation, Not a Burden

Griffin Gulledge
After all these years, why have you started that Bible reading plan again? You know how many times you’ve read Genesis 1–20 only to quit soon after. One... Read More
How a Busy Mom Finds Time to Pray

How a Busy Mom Finds Time to Pray

Stacy Reaoch
A few weeks ago my 9-year old daughter walked home from school without her new winter jacket. Apparently she had taken it off at recess and then forgotten to... Read More
Praying for the World: A Resolution Worth Making

Praying for the World: A Resolution Worth Making

Mandy Hewitt
Praying for the persecuted and those unreached with the gospel—it sounds like a no-brainer, right? As a Christian, of course I should care about my brothers... Read More
Beyond Resolutions: Habits of Grace for a New Year

Beyond Resolutions: Habits of Grace for a New Year

David Mathis
You know the feeling: resolved on January 1, then done just a few days later. The vast majority of New Year’s resolutions don’t even make it a full month. ... Read More
Encouragement for Those Who Fail at Bible Reading Plans

Encouragement for Those Who Fail at Bible Reading Plans

Ben Stubblefield
Bible reading plan devotees will likely sympathize with Hannibal Smith’s most famous line from The A-Team, “I love it when a plan comes together.”... Read More
His Poverty, Our Riches

His Poverty, Our Riches

David Burnette
Some gifts cannot be fully appreciated until we understand what was involved in giving them. That’s certainly true when it comes to the gift God has given us... Read More
A Holiday Reformation

A Holiday Reformation

Keith Getty
For seven years in a row, Kristyn and I have had the privilege of touring the country with our Irish Christmas concert. Filled with Irish reels, cultural Irish... Read More
Why Martin Luther Loved Christmas

Why Martin Luther Loved Christmas

Keith Getty
Christmas is a time to remember. The familiar smells from the kitchen. The familiar sounds of children laughing. The familiar glow of a dimly lit tree. Each of... Read More
What the Prince of Peace Came to Destroy

What the Prince of Peace Came to Destroy

David Platt
Christmas destruction. The phrase doesn’t exactly give you all those warm holiday feelings inside. You’d probably rather think about other things at... Read More

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