The Gospel and Ecclesiastes

Sometimes life just doesn’t make any sense! Why does it seem that forces of chaos and darkness roam with impunity? Why is it that the good, the true, and the beautiful are seldom elevated, while […]

What are Women's Bodies For? Part 3

Part 1 can be read here, and Part 2 can be read here. Whoever first said, “the eyes are the windows to the soul” was more right than he or she knew, at least physiologically […]

Jesus-centered Fearlessness

“But immediately Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘Take heart; it is I. Do not be afraid.’” Matthew 14:27, ESV As a longtime sufferer of anxiety and depression, I know what fear feels like. Living with […]

The Gospel and the Kings

I Kings 8:56 “Blessed be the Lord who has given rest to his people Israel, according to all that he promised. Not one word has failed of all his good promise, which he spoke by Moses […]

Fight Like a Girl

In December, we published Hannah Anderson’s post, Teach Like a Girl, which explored our femininity as a gift, not a detriment to the Body of Christ. Oddly enough, Hannah had this insight before the Super […]

The Gospel and I Samuel 8-31

by Kelsey Hency Recently a prominent businessman in London fielded a question about the queen’s tax-payer-funded personal budget. This financially savvy Englishman said, “Give her whatever she wants. She is the Queen of England.” Whether […]

The Gospel and I Samuel 1 – 7

Check out the opening post in this series, The Gospel and Old Testament, here.  The first chapters of I Samuel open with the story of a character, Hannah, whose role in the Old Testament quickly […]