College scholarships, college applications, college visits, career paths, job applications, job industries…decisions, decisions.
Why do Christians do bad things? This is a commonly asked question, but is there a good response?
He’s absolutely perfect in every way. She’s clumsy, weak, immature, and plain. Together they make for the world’s most lopsided couple.
God wants to be a part of your life like a close who you text to hang out with you on a quiet afternoon or who keeps you company while you do homework.
A prayer café is a non-threatening, simple way to reach out to others in your community. There are no rules. The only requirements are a glass or mug of your favorite drink at a local coffee shop and commitment!
Are you an evangelist? Are you a pet lover? Do pets and evangelism have anything to do with each other?
Arguably, 1 Corinthians 13, “Paul’s love letter” to the church of Corinth, has become one of the most cliché chapters in the entire Bible. It is much like an old, warn out saying—the go-to passage for weddings, love songs, and Valentines’ cards. Like an ice berg, the depth of 1 Corinthians 13 lies far below the surface. In its most un-sabotaged form, 1 Corinthian’s has everything to do with Jesus’s sacrificial love for us though. With Jesus in the forefront of his mind, Paul gave human characteristics to love in order to expose the raw definition. Paul was basically saying to the Corinthians, “If you want to know the definition of love, take a good look at Jesus.” Jesus is love; Jesus is 1 Corinthians 13:4-8. This is the lighter fluid for fueling a more luminous understanding of 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.