How we view disability and treat those who live with it matter. And, as with every other life topic or ethical question, our best guide is the Bible . . . All our best intentions and attempts at inclusion will miss the mark unless they grow from and by biblical truths.
Preparing for the Hard Times
Nothing can guarantee we'll make it through hardship without scars, slip-ups, or shaky moments. But there are things we can do to maximize our chances of suffering in a way that honors God and makes us more like Jesus. And a lot of that work begins long before the trial does.
God is our ultimate Source of faith. But often He provides it through other people.
Good News Afoot
Keep your Gospel shoes on. Because you have some walking to do. And you want all your footprints to spell Jesus.
Be Offended, And Do Not Sin
We can’t always control the way we feel in contentious situations. But with God’s help, we can control how we respond.
Faith That Works
The Christian life is so much more than that one decision followed by a waiting game until eternity gets here. Faith is so much more an idea, a ticket we tote around until we get to Heaven’s gate and present it for admittance.
The Way Back Home
Jesus owed His life to no one.
Yet He chose to give it up. Because it was the only way to truly bring us and the entire creation "home".
Crossing the Abyss
Even in the midst of heart-stopping terror, He offers the heart-healing, life-giving good news of His presence, love, and care.
The Best News
At its core, Easter is a celebration of the central events of Christianity, the events that launched the faith and on which our hope is based: the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ for the world’s salvation.
When Faith Meets Rare Disease Advocacy
How does a focus on spiritual health and belief in the Resurrection fit with rare disease advocacy?