God never intended for Elijah to carry the full weight of challenging the halls of power.
Living by the Word
We are not the first to face complex global crises and wonder, “How can we possibly come back from this?”
The Spirit-driven tendency to undermine barriers goes all the way back to Peter and Paul.
I want to know why grace was extended to the Philippian jailer but not the slave.
Like the disciples at the ascension, we need a little help with interpretation.
Abundance is not always God’s modus operandi.
Peter is hardly the first person to challenge the status quo because of something God told him in a dream.
Tabitha’s community embraces her in her season after loss.
The apostle Paul’s overlooked supporting cast
Thomas might be the patron saint of a secular age.
Mary has no hand to clutch or shoulder to lean on.
Diving into the disciples’ grief invites us to be honest about our own.
In a pandemic, the practices associated with Maundy Thursday feel nearly transgressive.
We betray Jesus for far less than was offered to Judas.
Even if we think we don’t need a savior, we seek one.