When he sinned, he confessed it to God with these words: "I can do nothing better without You. Please keep me from falling and correct the mistakes I make." After that, he did not feel guilty about the sin. Brother... Continue Reading →
George Eliot's scathing critique of an Evangelical preacher of her time bears lessons for Evangelicals of all times.
Thomas à Kempis outlines some dangers of substitute learning for genuine devotion.
Scott Peck explains some of the emotional heresies we need to repent of.
Kathleen Norris explains Evagrius Ponticus's definition of the worst temptation of a monk - and the modern Western Christian
Packer gives the signs of true and false holiness.
Francis de Sales teaches when and how to protect your reputation.
Learn from Anthony de Mello and Martin Laird how to do resolutions right
If you never heal from what hurt you, you'll bleed on people who didn't cut you. - Wanjiku Kamuyu