Two Roads Diverged in a Garden

Like our first parents, we are experts at constructing coverings to hide our vulnerability. Setting out to deceive others, we unintentionally deceive ourselves with our homemade fig leaves. We take comfort in this deception since it helps us feel in control, but in the end, it’s only an illusion.

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If All Were Known…

God's ways do not always make sense. Maybe making sense of them shouldn't be our top priority.

Leading Kids Past “Praying the Prayer”

As you speak with your child about Jesus, God’s Word, and their relationship with God, there are several biblical values that should frame your approach to this ongoing conversation.

Seeing and Believing

The second post in a series on Thomas from John 20. Perhaps you can identify with "Doubting" Thomas, and be met by Jesus in His kindness and grace.

Things Are Not Always as They Appear

The Apostle Thomas was famously known as a doubter - but who, in fact, was he? We can, perhaps, understand a little bit more about our own struggles with with belief by considering Thomas' story. The first of several parts.

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