Clifford Goldstein explores that age-old question of why God created humans with the capacity to do evil things.
In this age of instant answers and DIY solutions, it’s hard to admit that, when it comes to questions of eternity, we all need help. Keith Trumbo explains.
Charles Mills reflects on what—and who—Jesus saw as He hung crucified between heaven and earth.
In our spiritual lives, we’re being stalked by a diabolical predator far more cunning than we can imagine, says Gary Swanson.
Our society increasingly measures people by the value of their possessions, but there’s an alternative that’s much better.
"How deep the Father's love for us; how vast beyond all measure."
When we mess up, our next step should be to run to, not from, the One who loves us most.
The free gift of God's grace contains more responsibilities than we may expect at first.
What values do you most appreciate—love, humility, graciousness? Anneliese Wahlman points out that Jesus reflected all of these.
Ever wondered what it will be like meeting your guardian angel at Christ’s second coming? Anna Palmer ponders that first conversation.
Modern critics claim that Jesus’ death has no more meaning than anyone else’s death. Clifford Goldstein responds to that challenge.
Ellen G White shares some insights into God’s plan of salvation from the perspective of conversations Jesus had with the angels in heaven.