A Quiet Place reminds an American culture starved of masculinity, why we need fathers and what one looks like. Written as a “love letter” for his children, Krasinski’s character, Lee Abbot, demonstrates how a father loves, protects, and sacrifices everything for his family. Read more

Is it God’s will to heal everyone? This question is guaranteed to come up in almost every Christian’s life; our lives have been, or will be, touched by sickness at one time or another, either in our own bodies or in those whom we love. There are many who answer “yes,” but then say that the reason a sick person is not healed is because of a lack of faith, either in him or in the one praying for him…. Read more

Come Sunday is a thought-provoking film that asks us to walk a mile in the shoes of a conflicted man and to consider whether and how we should judge him. It’s not as easy as the heresy hunters on the internet would have you believe. Read more

Have Christians lost their ability to speak into things with an objective, moral voice? This question has been asked more times than I care to count since the days of Donald Trump, but I don’t believe Christians have lost their moral voice. In many ways they are losing it, but not as a result of their respective choices in the last presidential election. I couldn’t conscionably vote for Trump, but I have friends who did – and I understand many… Read more

In Brainerd’s diary, compiled by Edwards after his death, we learn of his extreme physical and spiritual struggles. He dissects the human heart like a surgeon and finds ways to articulate groanings of the heart that are often difficult to capture with words. Read more

The SCRIBE Bible Journal claims to be the world’s first “habit-forming bible study system” and  if The Scribe Bible Journal can truly aid me in becoming more consistent in my devotional times – then I am all for it. For these reasons, I decided to reach out to creator, Yed Anikpo, and learn more. Read more

I can’t recall the number of times I’ve heard the phrase Where two or more are gathered in my name in a conversation referring to what constitutes a church. Matthew 18:20, though widely quoted, is just as widely misunderstood simply because people wish to divorce this from the larger context of the passage. The context has everything to do with how the church operates – but not in the sense it is often conveyed. What people want this verse to… Read more

The habits, protective measures, and entertainment-consuming patterns we display now will be observed and modeled by our children. Streaming media is not going away; if anything, it’s gaining steam. For this reason, we encourage all of our readers to investigate tools, like VidAngel, and prayerfully consider how to use them. Read more

Consider the person and work of Jesus Christ, the object Christians should be re-shifting their focus toward during this Lenten season anyway. Consider in particular the actions He took toward purchasing our redemption from sin and death. Read more

John 6:22-71 is truly a fascinating passage in many ways, as it deals directly with Christ’s claims to divinity amidst a crowd who simply didn’t see Him for who He was. It is no small coincidence John includes the narrative of Christ performing such magnificent miracles in the preceding verses. These miracles not only demonstrate His mastery over the elements, but serve a larger point to show His mastery over all Creation. Within this same measure, Jesus uses these miracles… Read more

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