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  • Words of Grace: In the Ministry

    A recent conversation surfaced a common issue many Christians face. My friend said he struggled for years wondering if he should “go into the ministry” as a way to best live out his devotion to Christ. The interesting thing about my friend is that he does not want to work...

  • Words of Grace: Alone and Together

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote two books in which he discussed the call of Christ both to the individual and to the congregation (The Cost of Discipleship and Life Together). He said that Christ calls the individual alone, but that individual does not remain alone. Bonhoeffer gave us a helpful understanding of...

  • Words of Grace: Follow Jesus Where?

    A strange thing has happened since Jesus first told his disciples that he would always be with them. The promise of Jesus’ presence has been separated from his command to go make disciples of all nations. The Lord is with his people always and everywhere. But, have you noticed how...

  • Words of Grace: Faith for What?

    A strange thing has happened since Jesus first called people to follow him. Faith in Jesus for salvation and following him as Lord have become two distinct Christian experiences. It’s as if there are two different ways of approaching Jesus and we are free to choose one. The first way...

  • Words of Grace: The Rightly Ordered World

    We all want the world to be right. We want goodness and peace. We long for things to be as they should be, where people are doing what they are meant to do and the world is functioning well.  This is a good longing, and we all have it, so...

  • Words of Grace: What We Live By

    As important as it is to have something to live for, we can’t overlook the need to have something to live by. We live for a purpose, a calling, an ultimate goal. We live by some kind of guiding principle, set of values, and convictions that shape not only what...