John Koessler

  • Sometimes, God Wants You to Go with Your Gut
    Sometimes, God Wants You to Go with Your GutSubscriber Access Only
    Our intuitions aren’t infallible. That doesn’t mean we should ignore them.
  • What the Magic Kingdom Reminds Us About the Eternal Kingdom
    What the Magic Kingdom Reminds Us About the Eternal Kingdom
    The happiest place isn't on earth...yet.
  • The Gift of Disillusionment
    The Gift of DisillusionmentSubscriber Access Only
    Why being disappointed by your church may actually be a good thing.
  • Listen Up if You Want to Be More Like Jesus
    Listen Up if You Want to Be More Like JesusSubscriber Access Only
    How we imitate Christ by practicing the art of listening.
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  • How Can Millennials Pastor Boomers?
    How Can Millennials Pastor Boomers?Subscriber Access Only
    There are benefits to the sometimes-awkward transition.
  • Life after a Medical Death Sentence
    Life after a Medical Death SentenceSubscriber Access Only
    Theologian J. Todd Billings learns how to travel in cancer's company.
  • Seeing Jesus Through Doubting Eyes
    Seeing Jesus Through Doubting EyesSubscriber Access Only
    What can we learn about our Savior—and ourselves—from biblical figures who “got him wrong”?
  • Why It's Hard to Imagine that Heaven Is Real
    Why It's Hard to Imagine that Heaven Is RealSubscriber Access Only
    Learning to grasp what 'no eye has seen, no ear heard, and no mind has conceived.'
  • Jesus Disappoints Everyone
    Jesus Disappoints EveryoneSubscriber Access Only
    Our Savior has come, but we're often blind to his purposes.