Between Touches

During the time scholars refer to as His “year of opposition,” Jesus and His disciples traveled through the village of Bethsaida.

Foreigners and Nomads

Born in Jakarta, Indonesia, I maintained Nigerian citizenship because of my parents’ diplomatic status.

Autograph of the Ordinary

We praise the “big” things that people do for Christ, but it’s the unnoticed things that bring joy to the heart of our Father.

More than Co-workers

Abbie had been working in the same company for two years when she began to realize that her colleagues were more than just people who happened to work in the same place.

Enjoying God Forever

The first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism asks, “What is the chief end of man?” Answer: “Man’s chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him forever.”

Even the Worst

Every Christian has a story to tell. Some conversion testimonies are more dramatic and spectacular than others.

Creation Up Close

When John Lasseter of Pixar Studios was asked about the limitations of working with animation, he said, “The more organic something is . . . the harder it is to recreate with a computer.”


Modern skeptics of the New Testament claim that the story of Jesus was a tale invented by His desperate followers—something that snowballed into a legend over a long period of time.

Whatever You Do

God’s kingdom includes every aspect of our lives. As we pledge allegiance to King Jesus, our values and perspectives are transformed. Knowing God’s purposes for our lives changes the way we engage with others.