Noteworthy

He Matters, Too

On this Father’s Day, I want to give a special shout out to all the dads in the waiting. I just want to remind you that God sees you.

Only A Dad by Edgar Guest

Doing, with courage stern and grim, 
The deeds that his father did for him. 
This is the line that for him I pen, 
Only a dad, but the best of men.

Invisible Afflictions

If you can remember that someone’s mental health is just as important and relevant as your physical health, you’re already helping more than you know.

The Life of David Part VII: Fatherhood

David was a much better king than he was a father. Many men who are great at their jobs or in church work fail to lead the next generation of their family

The Highest Price

As you’ve read this piece, how many more have given up? This month? This year? They were military veterans, sons, daughters, friends, and co-workers. They were businessmen, athletes, firefighters, and dentists.

The Spires of Oxford

God rest you, happy gentlemen,
Who laid your good lives down
Who took the khaki and the gun
Instead of cap and gown.

Collective Member Highlight: Jennifer Quinn

For years, she believed no one else suffered from the same marriage and parenting problems as she did. “Thankfully, in time,” Quinn writes, “God has revealed this to be a lie.”

For My Fellow Survivors: Part 2

For those who haven’t had to walk through such extreme pain and really can’t relate, just listen to those hurting around you. Don’t judge their healing journey.

It’s All About Perspective

This world doesn’t need more physicians, attorneys, or computer geniuses (even though these things are amazing); what we need are men and women who realize that love is the very best dream to pursue.

For My Fellow Survivors: Part 1

I actually would have loved for Jesus to just come and instantly heal my heart, mind, soul, and spirit all in one fell swoop. For whatever reason, that is not my story.

Who are the Silent Majority?

Every day, we are surrounded by the silent servants of the Lord. They are the men and women of God who serve at the feet of others, not seen because the spotlight is currently highlighting someone else.

Mothers Come In Many Forms

The impact of mothers in our lives is undeniable, and it is not just our birth mothers who leave a print on our hearts.

A Royal Family Parallel: Meghan Markle’s baby

Two days later, on May 8, Meghan joined Harry in a short interview and later revealed the name of their son on Instagram—no doubt making it the most contemporary baby announcement shared by the Royal Family.

Instant Gratification

Our need for instant gratification needs to be put in check with God’s timing. The actions we take today do not always get rewarded immediately.

Standing on the Offensive Line

When you find yourself in a place of offense, your mind, heart, and spirit are more than likely unsettled. You may be figuring ways to justify yourself.

A Great Earthquake

What are the odds that an author of an ancient text that claims to get his “revelations” from a divine source wrote about an exact number of people that will be killed in some future terrible earthquake and it’s now in our current day that this is mentioned?

The Kingdom Without Isms

Our society has broken into warring political and collective camps. People are no longer identified as individuals but by beliefs and/or demographics. Group membership and identity are more important than individual actions.

Easter Wings

With unique structure and formatting, Herbert brings a visual representation to the hope we’ve found in Christ Jesus.

A Nativity

Many approach Easter with the triumphant and tragic depiction of the cross. But even before we had a cross, we had a manger.

Hope After Easter

How many of us go to church and lift our hands and celebrate that our Jesus defeated death but still walk around defeated?