Have you ever questioned whether you're redeemable? Have you nourished hope for an abundant, meaningful life, only to see it decimated by your own sin or failure? Have you looked at the remains and felt sure that, even if something new were to sprout, nothing could ever bloom?
By the grace of God repentance is possible. So how do we start?
What does a life owned by God look like?
Prodigals – human as well as animal – don’t always look the way we expect. They might not strike us as bitter, rebellious, or unstable. Their inner struggles don’t always show in their attitude or actions.
Yet they still wander. They still need restoration.
And, whatever their driftings, God is more than willing to give it.
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".
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.
What can a dog teach us about embracing the hope God offers in Christ?
In some ways, our cat Evangeline isn’t all that different from the Good News of Christ.
The growth, dormancy, and regrowth of these beautiful plants remind me of three key aspects of the Christian faith.
When we accept Jesus as our Savior, we are adopted into God’s family.