What comes into our minds when we think about God, says A.W. Tozer, is the most important thing about us. And not just on Sundays.
Our primary calling means we fall under the lordship of Christ. And our secondary callings — our daily work, our parenting, our housework, and our civic work all come under Christ’s rule.
We can control our attitudes, work ethic, work relationships, capacity building, and community interactions, and trust God for what he controls.
The biblical writers understood that spiritual formation and transformation is both rational and relational.
Workplaces — as well as churches — offer us an opportunity to work toward a shared mission, like racial reconciliation.
What does "the end times" have to do with your work? More than you think.
Caregiving is an often overlooked vocation within the church, and more people than you think hold this role in their families.
Christ is still on the move through his church, bringing hope to a dark world.
Spiritual formation and discipleship aren't isolated from other types of formation.
No one trusts pastors anymore. Here's how you can fix that.