The Sanctification Gap
The call to die is really a call to experience life the way we were meant to.
It's a beautiful opportunity to experience life and spirituality outside of ourselves and, as I say in the article: “The death of self and submission to Christ is not a sad end to an otherwise
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Invites Us to a Bright, Boisterous Duel with Death
The God of Thunder's return to the big screen strikes a timely balance between gravitas, humor, and big, dumb fun.
'Thor: Ragnarok' Invites Us to a Bright, Boisterous Duel with Death. This article contains spoilers for Thor: Ragnarok. Is it ever okay to laugh at death?
Are Evangelicals Losing the Gospel in Our Day?
The Gospel itself never changes; the way we share the Gospel must.
For many years, sharing the good news of Jesus for evangelicals meant explaining how his death and resurrection provided for the forgiveness of sin and the promise of heaven.
The Jesusy Movement
Sure, all kinds of Christians love Jesus. But he’s especially central in evangelical piety.
I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone for salvation; and an assurance was given me that He had taken away my sins, even mine, and saved me from the law of sin and death.”.
20 Truths from "God's Country"
Reclaiming God’s kingdom vision for the rural church
(163). Yet I'm convinced that in order to live fully and vibrantly in the rural church, we must also learn to face congregational death faithfully, hopefully, and lovingly.
When I Lost a Daughter, My Children Lost a Sister
Helping kids heal after sibling loss.
Their grief compounded my own, and I worried about how Ruth's death would affect them long-term—particularly as Ruth had died in bed with her same-age sister.
Equipped with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio
I had another opportunity to guest host on Moody Radio.
If you or a loved one is contemplating death or living in the aftermath of suicide, please listen to the next edition of Equipped. There is help and hope for you.
We Need to Take Jesus’ Metaphor of Being Born Again More Seriously
It’s easy to ignore the painful, messy, universal experience of birth that Jesus was referring to.
It may seem strange to us now, but the ancient authors of the Old Testament saw the crisis of birth—where women were close to death as they struggled to bring new life into the world
A Surprising Life Cycle: A Glimpse at Rwanda Today
Reconstruction and revival in Rwanda
One doesn't live next door to the man who has killed your parents, husband, or children and not have recurring memories of the screams of death, nor feel occasional bitterness toward
Seven Things Evil Is Not: What the Death of My Son Taught Me
Evil is a lack of goodness as darkness is a lack of light.
Seven Things Evil Is Not: What the Death of My Son Taught Me. Seven Things Evil Is Not: What the Death of My Son Taught Me. But choice itself did not help me with the death of Enoch.