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Women: Don’t Bury Your Leadership Gifts
That persistent sense of calling isn’t a fatal feminine flaw, but an invitation to walk intimately with God.
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.
Five Books That Capture the Blessings of Getting OlderSubscriber Access Only
Chosen by Michelle Van Loon, author of "Becoming Sage: Cultivating Meaning, Purpose, and Spirituality in Midlife" (Moody Publishers).
Spiritual Abuse Definition Debated by UK Christians
Cases of Steve Timmis and Jonathan Fletcher illustrate debate over at what point a pastor’s exhortation crosses the line into coercion.
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.
Five Books for Frederick Buechner Beginners
Chosen by Jeffrey Munroe, author of “Reading Buechner: Exploring the Work of a Master Memoirist, Novelist, Theologian, and Preacher” (InterVarsity Press).
Your God Will Come!
Isaiah 35 is a wilderness promise for exiles—and for us.
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 How and the Why of Writing as a Christian
An experienced editor shows how well-crafted words can help us serve God and neighbor.
The Faith Behind the Crown
Queen Elizabeth’s belief is deep and sincere, says biographer Dudley Delffs, and Netflix gets it right.
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.
What Would Jesus Ask?
Asking ourselves questions found in the Bible can transform our spiritual life.
Want to Expand Your Global Vision? Read These Books.
8 reading recommendations for a ministry-focused life.
Knowing God’s Love is Impossible
At least for us. But for God, nothing is impossible.
Is Life Unsatisfying? Augustine Says, ‘You Are Not Alone.’
James K. A. Smith accompanies the church father on a journey through the human heart.
Andrew Peterson: Creativity Isn’t Just for ‘Creatives’
Artists and storytellers cultivate beauty and mystery. So do teachers, parents, and church potluck planners.
Down in the Dirt with a Soil-Splattered God
Our Heavenly Father is immersed in the mess and muck of life. How often do we notice?
Let’s Stop Playing Guilt-by-Association Games
If we are called to love our enemies, how much more should we love people with whom we have strong disagreements?
Finding Grace in the Sunrise
God’s people have often practiced sacred remembering. So should we.

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When I Was a Health Risk to Society
When I Was a Health Risk to Society
My radioactive body brought me shame. But I learned how to bring my fears to the Cross.

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