Lauren Calvin Cooke guides us in how to utilize the Gospel of John for personal spiritual growth.
Dr. Anessa Westbrook shares her original research about what factors help young women to grow spiritually.
Note: This post is part of the What Are You Seeking series. First Things First A long time ago, our friend Augustine talked about disordered
The Enneagram The Enneagram is a personality system which groups people into Nine Types, partially based on their behaviors, but even more so based on
I’ve been making posts about Appreciative Inquiry, an effective method for studying an existing group of people and discerning how to implement positive change in
Churches are too cautious. People who won’t change can’t grow, because growth cannot occur without something being done differently than it was before. Churches that won’t
When Genesis describes God creating the universe, God is speaking the world into existence. “Let there be…” In the beginning was “the Word”, John tells
My family went for a period of about 2-3 months when we played Scrabble all the time. Many evenings when homework was done, we would
People are like plants. We grow best when we are close to what gives us life. When it comes to sunlight, the scientific term is heliotropic.
You can’t really know you love God until you feel like he’s wounded you. That’s my understanding, anyway. There is a significance to the name
Most life paths are best traveled in moderation. There are two sides of any road into which one can tumble by means of “too much”
Everyone has plenty of opinions on what it means to raise up a child in the way that he or she should go. But when