Everyday Theology

Features

Of Interest Around The Web

Making Up for Lost Time?

Time

We are not promised tomorrow, so today is the day to invest His time in eternal things: the Word of God and people. 

The Church and Your Neighborhood

If your church closed today, would anyone in the community know the difference?
Church

A fundamental part of being a local church is that it is in fact, local.

How Do We Love a Broken World?

Our Conversation with Steve Garber
World

We are called to be signposts of the kingdom in a world where nothing seems to have metaphysical or moral weight; and yet it does, and that it does, it is ours to steward, with imagination, winsomeness, clarity, and determination.

Embracing the Long Haul

In God’s economy, weakness is greater than strength
long haul

What if we were to embrace the gifts of the long haul rather than racing for the exits?

My Shame, Your Shame, OUR Jesus

shame

Shame keeps us preoccupied with ourselves and inattentive to God and the needs of others.

Facing Vaccine Fear

How can pastors help hesitant congregants?
vaccine fear

Most people think in terms of getting the vaccine or not getting it when they should be thinking about getting the vaccine versus getting the virus.

In Defense of the Doughnut Hole

Doughnut Hole

As a pastor’s wife, I likely have had one too many doughnut holes, but I maintain I have been profoundly nourished by gathering with my people.

Nashville Nurse Navigates Life on the Pandemic’s Front Line

How can churches care for healthcare professionals?
Pandemic's Front Line

ByFaith talked with Becky Kiern, a nurse on a cardiac team in a Nashville hospital and a member of Christ Presbyterian Church, about life on the front line.

We Disagree, Therefore 
I Need You

Scott Sauls

In the realm of nonessentials, Christians are called to love, peace, and mutual esteem.

Resilient Hope: Faith in How the Story Ends

Holding the hope of our faith in Jesus Christ in tension with the hard places of the Fall is our current calling. Finding hope and life has everything to do with where we fix our gaze.

Of Interest Around The Web

Scroll to Top