1. Sometimes, we get prayer dementia. We can’t remember what we were going to pray for, we can’t put the words together, and, frustrated, there is nothing we can do but sigh and groan.
  2. The more I got to know Dr. Rosenbladt, the more I saw that he wasn’t a man divided.
  3. Anyone could tell he enjoyed teaching theology and loved his students.
  4. Christ's resurrection does not merely negate the bitterness of sin; it changes it into a source of divine sweetness, embodying the promise of a new life for us and a restored existence overshadowed by heavenly hope.
  5. In normal human relationships, when reconciliation is necessary, we place the burden on the person who did wrong, who disrupted the relationship.
  6. A “good death” and “good life” are not accomplished through personal striving but are grasped by faith in the promises of God.
  7. Your justification isn’t a matter of “Jesus plus” anything.
  8. It would serve us well to embrace the beauty of our diversity within the unity of the body of Christ.
  9. In an autobiographical telling, Gretchen Ronnevik shares the fate of two different fathers and the hope she has in Christ.
  10. An Anglo-Saxon poem gives fresh insight to the cross
  11. How the pumpkin patch has a lot to teach us about the love and work of Christ