By Marc Rademaker. Silence is a give-and-take. In some moments, we are called to speak out, and in others we are called to listen.
By Marc Rademaker. I will be the first to admit that silence scares me. Ask my friends, and they will tell you that I often respond to the so-called ‘awkward silence’ with a casual “Sooo..” in an attempt to keep the conversation moving. Silence is uncomfortable – which is exactly why it is so important.
By Marc Rademaker. Maybe part of what Jesus is calling us to right now is to fully realize our need for Him, someone we cannot live without.
By Shelby Hawks. No matter the darkness that lies around us, even in this time of Easter joy, we must cling to this one hope: Jesus Christ is risen and He is in pursuit of His people.
By Erich Wallace. I decided to share what I’ve been doing to stay engaged during this “downtime.” Maybe you’ll get some ideas to better enjoy your quarantine so it isn’t such a "bore-antine"
By Marc Rademaker. Time: doesn’t it seem like we never have enough of it? We are constantly wishing for more time to do things, more time to spend with others, more time off.
By Shelby Hawks. So often, brothers and sisters, we become entangled in the nets of our daily lives, swaddled by the negative thought patterns that race through our minds...
By Andrew Kreye. When I was little, I was afraid of the dark. I was also afraid of being alone. So being alone in the dark? Yeah, that terrified me.