You and your church members have had to be online like never before for work, church, and school. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if something else could be online—the church library?
By Jessica Kantrowitz
Depression can be incredibly isolating. The new landscape we are living in because of the pandemic can also be incredibly isolating.
Those of us who struggle with depression now have to deal with the additional challenges of finding support in this strange new world. Besides doctors and therapists, we also need the support of a community—friends, family, and neighbors we can reach out to, and who reach out to us. [Read more…]
We’re all now almost pros at social distancing, and it’s beginning to feel like groundhog day every day. But the plus side of this seismic shift in daily routines is the opportunity to spend more time reflecting on God, his Word, and life.
Here are five ideas to help you revive your spiritual life and refocus your attention on what matters most. [Read more…]
For a few more days, you can pick up a short, worthwhile course from renowned biblical scholar N. T. Wright for free: Faith Working through Love.
In less time than it takes to watch two episodes of an average TV show, you can gain a deeper understanding of what the Bible says about work, learn how to find meaning in the work you do, and see how work relates to living for Christ today. [Read more…]
Hearing the word “demons” makes the skin crawl. It conjures up images from movie trailers and frightening stories of demon possession.
Should Christians even think about demons? Bible scholar Dr. Michael Heiser is the perfect person to answer those questions. He’s spent a lot of time exploring these issues biblically, which has resulted in works including The Unseen Realm book (sold over 100,000 copies) and The Unseen Realm documentary. [Read more…]