I learned a lot about discipleship in classrooms full of atheist students and professors. Years later, as I study at a Christian graduate school, I can see how the Spirit was teaching me about discipleship throughout my undergraduate years.
Working Joyfully: Discovering the Divine Purpose for your Work
Whether we are aware of it or not, our perspective and attitude towards work communicates very clearly what we believe about the Kingdom of God. That is, what the Kingdom’s purpose on the earth is, and our role within that purpose.
Weekends with Spurgeon — I Will Be Their God
Here is a deep sea of bliss, a shoreless ocean of delight; come, bathe your spirit in it; swim an age, and you will find no shore; dive throughout eternity, and you will find no bottom.
How to Love the Church and Grow in Your Faith while in College
It’s easy to point out problems and do nothing to help solve them. It’s far more difficult—and more vital—to put some skin in the game and really love the Church.
True Happiness and Significance is Out There
The truth is, there are millions of people who have figured this out – that seeking for true happiness and significance on earth is worthless.
Lessons From Those Who Rest
Whether it looks like throwing on sweatpants and laying around on the couch or serving a neighbour by mowing their lawn, Sabbath takes work. When you work hard at it, your effort can fuel all the other work that you do.