Jen Seger, Director of Care, reflects on her recent rush-hour commute and how it challenged her view on obedience.
Jen Seger, Director of Care, explores how righteousness for righteousness-sake is focused on the outer, while a relationship is focused on the other person.
The most devastating choice anyone can make in hardship is isolation. We see it time and time again: God heals and restores what we willingly bring into his light and share with safe fellow believers.
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From a Reformed theological perspective, sanctification is God’s “process” for shaping us.
After the recent election, I began to hear about “safe spaces,” primarily on college campuses for students who might feel marginalized and fearful.
I was part of that first wave of somewhat acceptable children of divorce.
As many have now seen or heard, Ben Ellis, a teacher in our community at Christ Presbyterian Academy, had quite a last week here on earth.
One’s personal definition of surrender often evolves over time.