To be sure, Jackie Robinson's story is a baseball story. But best of all, it is a story of substitution and sacrifice and redemption.
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As tongue-tied as the gospel might make us, it is the only thing that ultimately has the power to change us.
Chastened by the wonder of his glory, I'm now able to tell you about a Savior who wasn't ashamed to condescend to rescue a woman like me.
Peacemaking, driven by love, is essentially living out the gospel in our relationships.
A report on Holocaust awareness in Nazi Germany presents an uncomfortable truth about ourselves.
Parenthood is the laboratory that deepens my understanding of the gospel.
The greatest basketball player ever will never find life outside the game for the same reason he never found life in it. It's not there.
Rather than mother in my own strength, I parent through my weakness and on my knees.
Montgomery and Cosper aim to help us connect the gospel to the manifold dimensions of human experience.
I went to the missions field earnestly hoping to help those who were poor in spirit, but what was I to do when the so-called poor felt so rich?