Are you frazzled and worn? Have others cast judgment? Are you in need of encouragement? Patricia Taylor explains the importance of even simple acts of encouragement.
Sometimes we like a clean cross with no sign of a struggle at all. Patricia S. Taylor shares what kind of cross we need to encounter when times are dark.
A word from our editor: Thank you so much for your faithfulness in engaging with our content. As we roll out our fresh new website, we would like to take a moment to extend to you a special invitation!
You’ve had a conflict with someone in the church. Now what? There are specific things we can (and should!) do to resolve conflict with our brothers and sisters in the faith. Patricia Taylor shares three biblical steps to a healthy model of reconciliation in the church.
There is only a subtle difference in the definition of the words imparted and imputed, but the difference is a game changer for the Christian. Read more from Patricia Taylor as she describes how the work of Christ enables deep and real transformation in the life and identity of the Christian believer.
The world is no longer looking for a Christianity that is void of the dynamics of sin and forgiveness—the kind of religion that looks like the gospel, but denies Christ’s power to break the bondage of sin. In our culture, what the world increasingly needs is absolution, not an excuse for sin.