Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

How to Lament

There are many laments in the book of Psalms. This is something that struck me anew when I preached through some of them this past summer. Suffering and sorrow are part of life in a fallen world, and lament is a resource the Christian faith

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Unforgiveness is Unproductive

The year was 2016. I was taking a quiz for a seminary class. This assignment was hard enough, but there was something that made it harder. As I sat there taking the quiz, I had a hard time concentrating because of the unforgiveness in my

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Christian Reflections on Networking

I’m currently reading, among other books, Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferazzi’s. It’s a book about networking. Or, as Ferazzi may prefer, it’s a book about building relationships. Reading this title got me thinking: What does a distinct Christian outlook on networking look like? How

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The Importance of Rest in the Christian Life

Many of us suffer from hurry sickness. We rush through our days and never have enough time to get everything done. Dr. Suzanne Koven, who practices internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, writes: In the past few years, I’ve observed an epidemic of sorts: patient

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Making Disciples: Practical Observations from the Great Commission

One of the first things I noticed about my wife when we started dating was that she loves movies. Action, comedy, fantasy, adventure, you name it. She likes it all – except horror. As such an avid movie lover, she was surprised to discover that

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