Life a Weblog for Young Adults
Pride—our culture doesn’t typically give it much thought, but to the early church, pride was considered one of the most destructive of all sins. Trouble is, it’s also a sin that comes pretty naturally to us. So how do we fight it?
I’d love to be the kind of believer who oozes spirituality, but the real me is a scattered, messy, stumbling Christ-follower. My life is filled with to-do’s, deadlines, meals on the go, and Skype. Is there any reason to think I could ever be good at prayer? Of course! And if that’s something you’ve ever wondered, you can too. The reality is, most of us are way too busy to ignore the mystical, practical, whimsical, illogical gift of prayer.
Rosh Hashanah, like many Jewish traditions, can be confusing. The name Rosh Hashanah is not in the Bible. It means “head of the year” or “new year.” Yet nothing in the Bible says it’s the new year. It is, in fact, the first day of the seventh month in the Bible.
Today is the official release of the newest Threads study, Sacred Roads: Exploring the Historic Paths of Discipleship. Check out this video message from author Heather Zempel.