This site collects the best insights I've come across in my reading of the great works of Christian spirituality from across the millenia and today
A minister may fill his pews, his communion roll, the mouths of the public, but what that minister is on his knees in secret before God Almighty, that he is and no more. John Owen
Dietruch Bonhoeffer explains why confession our sin to one another is so helpful and how to do it safely.
The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause, while the mark of the mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one. J. D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye
John Wesley explains what we should take communion as often as possible.
We have become “gyrovagues”: wandering Christians—demanding maximum freedom to come and go as we please, recognizing no communal authority, practicing only the loosest, most elective forms of “network community.” We are undisciplined and unattached: allergic to rules, disciplines, obedience to... Continue Reading →
John Wesley describes three simple rules for how to use our money to the glory of God.
Scott Peck explains some of the emotional heresies we need to repent of.