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The Noonday Demon in Our Distracted Age
What to do when a Netflix binge brings you more joy than God’s calling.
Screwtape’s Practical Advice for Dealing with the Present
What C. S. Lewis’s senior devil would recommend in response to COVID-19.
Love in the Desert of LentSubscriber Access Only
This season’s greatest gift has nothing to do with discipline.
A Different Kind of Calling: Spiritual Disciplines in Uncertain Times
Spiritual disciplines matter all the time, but we need to be reminded of that in tumultuous times.
Change Is Exhausting – Don’t Attempt It Without A Way To Recharge
Whenever you’re attempting a big change, it is essential to build intentional time and space for rest.
Our Lives Aren’t Conducive to Prayer. But a Better Way Is Possible.Subscriber Access Only
John Starke gives us a compelling vision of the praying life—and the practices to turn that vision into a reality.
The Pastor’s Study Is Not a Bunker
Gregory the Great taught me not to retreat to the prayer room unless I have engaged the battles of the day.
The ‘Self-Actualizing’ Spirituality of Søren Kierkegaard
How the Danish philosopher takes an idea that’s congenial to modern ears and turns it upside down.
Knowing God’s Love is ImpossibleSubscriber Access Only
At least for us. But for God, nothing is impossible.
How Norine Brunson Prayed When Her Husband Was Imprisoned
Brunson describes the spiritual habits that helped her face persecution in Turkey.
One-on-One with John Lindell on ‘Soul Set Free’
“There are a lot of people in the church who are trying so hard, but if we don't understand grace, we can't give what we don't have.”
Why I Always Pray at the End of the DaySubscriber Access Only
We didn't accomplish everything we should have. God reminds us we didn't need to.
Why Our Spiritual Formation Isn’t Just for Us
As we reflect and discover our Story of Now, we recognize the message of love and hope that God has given us to share with others.
Dumbed Down? Why Reading the Bible Is so Elusive—Yet so Vitally Important
Three reasons we need to engage Scripture both intentionally and frequently
Richard Foster: Effort Is Not the Opposite of GraceSubscriber Access Only
As he retires from public ministry, the ‘Celebration of Discipline’ author reflects on the heart of spiritual formation.
How Poetry Quiets the ‘Pandemonium of Blab’
Poet Christian Wiman helps us tune our ears to silence, so God's voice won't be lost in the noise.
Confronting the Toxic Power in Me
High-profile stories of fallen pastors can distract us from ourselves or hold up a mirror to our souls.
In the Beginning Is SilenceSubscriber Access Only
Why Christian activity should start with non-activity.
Blessed Are the SlowSubscriber Access Only
Scripture reminds us that love—and loving communication—is patient.
5 More Reasons To Go To Church In Person: Sight, Sound, Touch, Smell, Taste
When all our senses are involved we learn more, engage more, enjoy more, contribute more and remember more.

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George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.

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