A Safe Place to Hide

By Vince Antonucci Our souls are fragile, the world is sinful, and we try to escape the damage or the bad feelings by hiding. We may not realize it, but a lot of what we do is driven by our soul needing a safe place to hide.

THE OLDEST GAME IN THE WORLD

By Vince Antonucci God is calling us out of hiding and into an authentic, fully transparent relationship with Him. That may scare us, but deep down it’s what we long for.

GOD OF THE COSMOS AND QUARKS

Vince Antonucci God doesn’t fit in our boxes. If I could fully understand God, he’d have to be less complex than the directions on my new IKEA furniture, and, I suspect, we’d all be in trouble.

5 SIMPLE REMINDERS TO HELP YOU BE LIKE JESUS

By Kyle Idleman God is continually at work within us, molding us into the image of Jesus. It’s not only a process, it’s a partnership. God doesn’t force transformation on us; we work with him on it.

FROM LESBIAN TO CHILD OF GOD | JACKIE HILL-PERRY

VIDEO BLOG Jackie Hill-Perry is a writer and hip-hop artist who grew up in church, but didn’t have a relationship with Christ. She found meaning in the love AND APPROVAL of other women, but God had a better plan for her.

WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY?

By Caleb Kaltenbach  When people we love come to us and tell us about a part of their life that is out of line with Scripture, how should we respond? We can kick them out of our life. We can ignore it. We can change our beliefs so there’s no tension. Or we can keep loving them AND hold our beliefs firm.

SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD

By Kyle Idleman  Your spouse is the greatest good you’re ever gonna get. Nothing is more important than unity in marriage. You’re going to argue, but you’re also going to work through those arguments.

SHARING TRUTH WITH YOUR LGBT LOVED ONE WITHOUT PUSHING THEM AWAY

By Caleb Kaltenbach  When a loved one chooses to come out, the person they confide in usually does one of two things. They change their theology so there’s no conflict with their loved one. Or, they distance themselves from their loved one so there’s no conflict with their theology.

WHY SHOULD I LOVE LGBT?

Christians don’t have the best track record in loving people who are different from us. We have issues with people who have different political ideologies, different theologies, or different preferences in sexuality than we do.