If we have lived the Christian life for any length of time, you can recall times where we have felt God beckoning. Pushing you to get more serious with your Christian faith, your walk with Christ, even specific circumstances that you might have been in. Each of us have different experiences of these moments. Where … More Jesus Help Me Please: Getting Right as a Christian
One way Christians think about the New Years is how they might use their time to spend more time with God. Whether it’s reading more of the scripture, more time in prayer, or devoting more time to church, Christians think, this might be the year I develop a richer more lively relationship with things that … More New Years Resolution: Spend More Time with God
re-posted from the Church of the Ascension blog. Habits and small practices. Our days are filled with them. C.S. Lewis reminds us that in little ways we either choose faithfulness or enter into the lack thereof. These decisions guide whether we become the glorious children of the life to come or we continue a sort … More New Habits of Solitude is that Even Possible?
We live in an age that does not have a very good concept or grasp of Christian commitment when it comes to loving our neighbor as our self. We interpret these words to mean that we should treat each other well not that we should commit to each other whether the relationship is going well … More Relational Commitment
How do you make time for God? Many Christians have a great desire to spend time with God, but it never seems to translate to action. Sometimes, we convince ourselves that we lack the time; other times we are simply unsure of where to start or even how to cultivate the desire for a devotional/prayer … More Making Time for God
Our lives are filled with liturgy, though not necessarily of a Christian kind. Our day to day wants, patterns, and focuses form a kind of regular lived out pattern or liturgy of practice. We often don’t recognize how deeply ingrained our liturgies are. At times they are centered around a particularly powerful draw (a TV … More Our Lives Are Filled with Liturgy