Resources on Christian Living

The COVID-19 outbreak is without doubt a culture-defining moment in our present time. Much of our society and our routines have become uprooted. For Christians, we can tangibly see this in how we have changed meeting together with our local... Continue...

Just a few weeks ago, our fridge was covered to the point of saturation with the latest school artwork, a note from the preschool, memory verses, a color-coded calendar, invitations, and more, providing a visual overview of the busy days... Continue...

Like many around me, I have thought about what is required of the Christian in a time of national crisis, much like the one presented to us with COVID-19. I recalled an essay in the collected works of Martin Luther... Continue...

Along with making cookie dough to eat with no intention of baking it, one of my secret joys is reading children’s books. Well-written children’s books can transport you to places you’ve never been. They can teach you while delighting you.... Continue...

As of today, there are more than 79,000 reported cases of the coronavirus worldwide, the majority of which come from within China. Sadly, more than 2,000 people have lost their lives to the virus, and these numbers are increasing as... Continue...

It's visiting the widow down the street Or dancing on a Friday with your friend with special needs These simple moments change the world Of course, there's nothing wrong with bigger dreams Just don't miss the minutes on your way,... Continue...

Brad Hambrick shares what he would say to the Christian who feels ashamed to seek counseling. Continue...

My 5-month-old was pulling on my necklace, on the verge of snapping it, as I wrestled to open the email on my phone. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America had found a match for me. I devoured the letter, piled... Continue...

In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character is Jen Wilkin’s third book and counterpart to her 2016 release, None Like Him. While None Like Him explored the incommunicable attributes of God (the ways God is... Continue...

Don’t let the title fool you: The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction is not a pedantic self-help book—it is a clarion call to a life of loving God and loving others. An anxious pace  Author... Continue...