Christian parents have an unprecedented, and divinely-ordained, opportunity to disciple their children during this time of quarantine and social isolation. What better time to pass the faith on to the next generation?
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You Have One Job
by Mike Phay I know it’s coming. I’ve read it before. But maybe the story will be different this time. But alas, it’s not. It never is. Genesis 3 always follows Genesis 1 and 2. It’s like watching a train wreck over and over again, and I’m a passive observer with the unfortunate privilege ofContinue reading “You Have One Job”
10 Reasons Your Anger Isn’t Righteous
Most of the anger we justify as “righteous”—the flare-ups and frustrations caused by petty annoyances or personal affronts—isn’t righteous at all. Here are ten reasons why…
Known By Love: Taking Covenants Seriously
by Mike Phay If you are a Christian with even a modicum of exposure to those outside of the faith, you have probably experienced being labeled as a hypocrite. The bite of this accusation, though stemming from a perceived inconsistency between our words and our lives, is rooted in the repeated failure of believers toContinue reading “Known By Love: Taking Covenants Seriously”