Don’t Put Faith in Your Doubt

“Question everything,” my generation has been told. To many millennials, doubting any information passed down to us comes as second nature. […]
October 16, 2017 by Kelsi Klembara

Piercing Evangelism

In a recent movie on Emily Dickinson, I was reminded of the vast difference between the faith of the Lutheran […]

A Nap Before Dinner

Sin does not take a coffee break. Death does not care that we feel better when it is not around. […]
September 12, 2017 by Donavon Riley

Spiritual Anorexia

Recently a woman asked me, “do you think I’m a Christian?” She had recently become obsessed with this question. She is […]

Gently Abused Faith

Even the mention of a “godly woman” sends my stomach on a sickly spin deep inside. I had learned, over […]
August 21, 2017 by Cindy Koch

No Gospel for Girls

She knows the Gospel. But she can’t hear it. I would like to say she is the only one. But […]
July 31, 2017 by Cindy Koch

True Saving Faith Is ‘Blasphemous’

The little girl finds out that her dad is dying of cancer having months to live. A perfectly happy, strong […]

Out of Our Minds Yet Safely in His

“Pastor, they told me not to cry!” Helen cried frantically when I answered the phone.  “There are six bibles on […]
June 09, 2017 by Joel Hess

Beware The Lament

According to Johnny Cash, he’s been “everywhere man,” including “Chaska.” For most people that name won’t register at all, but […]
May 08, 2017 by David Rufner

God’s Not Angry At You

Recently, a young woman said to me, “I know I’ve disappointed God. I know I can never do anything for […]
May 03, 2017 by Donavon Riley