Worship, in the Reformed understanding, is a dialogue between God and his people, a dialogue in which God speaks, and we respond.
The testimonies and experiences of children keep us going even when we experience far less affirmation, gratitude, and perceptible works of the Holy Spirit than we would like.
Through memoirs and metaphors, theology and etymology, Rachel Stone (an English teacher, author, and doula) tells the story of birth and life, fear, and hope.
Although social work is unpredictable and stressful at times, the worry and fear that I experience as a parent is far greater.
What is a Christian response to fear? If we look in the Bible, we find that fear is not new.
Marriage is not easy, and that might be the understatement of the century. It is hard work and heartache, late nights and crippling doubts.