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Who Is Jesus Really?

J.D. Greear | Jan 10, 2024

At the center of Christianity is the person of Jesus. Because of that, it’s impossible to have a good grasp of the Christian gospel without having a grasp of who he is. So, who is Jesus?... continue reading

How Can I Pray When I’m in Pain?

Courtney Reissig | Dec 28, 2023

The psalms are meant for God’s people as much as they were meant for the authors who wrote them. They are meant to encourage, strengthen, instruct, and empathize in the myriad trials, joys, pain, and praise that we experience. So, in Psalm 6 we have just that—a universal psalm for the universal church.

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Day 1 Devotion from the Advent of Glory

R C Sproul | Nov 30, 2023

There’s still time to get hold of your advent devotional. Get started with this Day 1 devotion from The Advent of Glory by R.C Sproul.... continue reading

Living Under the Weight of the World

R C Sproul | Nov 14, 2023

Sometimes it’s like we bear the world on our shoulders, and we can’t see how we can ever be free. But Isaiah’s famous prophecy reminds us whose shoulders the burden of the world is actually on.... continue reading

Come All You Weary

Dai Hankey | Sep 26, 2023

“Come to me, all who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." They were strong, kind words that cut through the chaos of my turbulent mind and whispered grace and peace and hope to my weary soul when I really needed them.... continue reading

Learning to Number Our Days

Adam Ramsey | Sep 21, 2023

The moment we honestly consider that there is a day on the calendar that will indeed be our last day, suddenly 80 years of life—4,200 Sundays—feels very, very short. The Scriptures that teach us that God has numbered our days (e.g. Psalm 139:16) exhort us to do likewise.... continue reading

What Happens to Little Ones When They Die?

Dan and Anna Martin | Jul 4, 2023

There is no chapter of the Bible that tackles this specific question: what happens to little ones when they die? Consequently we readily acknowledge that some biblically faithful Christians will draw different conclusions to those we share below. We believe that Jesus keeps little ones safe with him when they die. But our ultimate rest is not in our own reasoning or our own answers; it’s in our knowledge that God is always good, and that he will do what is right.... continue reading

What Are You Seeking?

Adam Ramsey | Jan 24, 2023

Two disciples decide to trail Jesus as he leaves the Jordan River: the first is Andrew (the brother of Peter), while the second is generally speculated to be John (the author of this narrative). On the surface, it seems relatively straightforward. Andrew and John hear John the Baptiser proclaim, “Behold the Lamb of God!” and begin following Jesus as he makes his way back into town. Jesus, likely hearing footsteps trailing him, turns and asks what they want.... continue reading

Miscarriage Affects Men Too

Eric Schumacher | Jun 24, 2022

Every human pregnancy involves a mother and a father. A man and a woman contribute to conception. In most cases, a mother wants the father to take an active interest in the pregnancy and preparation for the baby's birth. Likewise, she often wants him to be a reassuring presence during labour and delivery—and an active partner in parenting. Naturally, she will want him to share the grief that miscarriage brings. Nevertheless, the father's experience with miscarriage often goes unaddressed in the contemporary church.... continue reading

He Took The Wrath For Us

David Mathis | Mar 28, 2022

“Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us.” – Galatians 3:13

Great hymns, as we have seen—whether about Christ’s “wondrous cross” or his “precious blood”—have the ability to unite the family of God throughout history and around the world, in the truths that matter most. But when voices from within the church begin to question or deny what the church holds most dear, great hymns also become flashpoints of controversy.... continue reading

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