Puritan writer Richard Sibbes offers a remedy to malnourished saints: a hearty meal at the Lord’s table, enjoying his spiritual benefits and gracious presence.
Death and Dying
Missionary widows teach us what it means to hold our dreams and loved ones with open hands.
Christians do not place their hope merely in life after death but rather in life after life after death.
The new diagnosis isn’t cause for fear or suspicion, but rather an opportunity for the church to speak gospel truth and hope to hurting hearts.
My whole family died in a day. I couldn’t bear the crushing burden of memory—until I learned I didn’t have to.