Naomi Zacharias shares how her first children’s book came about while rocking her son to sleep, and how its message speaks to every age.
Naomi Zacharias reflects on one of the greatest gifts her dad gave to their family, and how it shaped her as a parent.
How are we supposed to handle all the suffering we face? And why does it seem like God isn’t doing anything about it? Amy Orr-Ewing shares her own experiences with suffering and the many questions that arise from loss and heartache.
Biblical scholars estimate over one-third of the Hebrew Old Testament is composed of poetry. We look at where these appear, why poetry exists in the Bible, guidelines for reading them, and their beauty.
"As a Middle Easterner, I can't read the Bible without a smile of recognition crawling across my face," Abdu Murray writes.
If we gather anything from the recent baseball scandal, we cannot afford to miss the distinct language of faith filtering through the moral outcry.
We hope you’ll join us this year at ReFresh 2020 Online as we explore the greatest adventure of all: the adventure of abiding in Christ, and discovering that there truly is no place like home.
Born in the US but raised in a Middle Eastern culture, Abdu Murray brings new perspective to today’s cancel culture, "the 21st-century Western version of the Eastern honor-shame paradigm."
In this article adapted from a June 11, 2020, webinar, Michael gathers some ancient wisdom to shed light on current events, especially as we continue to grapple and wrestle with exactly what will happen with COVID-19.
Below is a prayer of lament over the recent acts of racism, injustice, and violence in the United States.
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