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Spiritual Disciplines

Ten Bible books that you can read in less than 90 minutes

Even the most distraction-prone reader can (probably) muster up the patience to sit for 30 minutes. Reading longer books is harder, but brings greater rewards.

4 reasons every Christian needs time in silence

Embrace silence as that peaceful, healing balm for your noisy, restless soul.

My secret for reading half of the Bible in just 30 minutes

Half of the Bible’s 66 books could be read in thirty minutes or less.

The problem with Bible reading plans (and what to do about it)

Many Bible reading plans split up the text and flow of most of the books of the Bible. Yes, one still reads the Bible, but it is a very unnatural reading.

4 tough questions every pastor needs to ask about food

We have to own our pursuit or rejection of food before Jesus can come and provide the only lasting comfort amidst this world’s sufferings.

4 keys to actually start praying for persecuted Christians

The persecuted church needs our prayer. Here’s how you can help.

The Bible doesn’t ignore spiritual warfare, and you shouldn’t either

A supernatural gospel is not just for frontline missionaries.

3 reasons to not skip the “boring” parts of the Bible

There are no unimportant words in Scripture. So let us delight in them and preach them all.

‘We’re going into battle’

Spiritual Warfare and Pastoral Ministry

Take up your cross, put down your phone, and follow me

5 tips to follow Jesus in a hyper-distracted world

Don’t waste your leisure

Scripture clearly forbids laziness, but does not forbid leisure time. After God finished creating the world and everything in it, he rested.

4 strategies for those who’ve quit their Bible reading plan

Change up the way that you read the Bible.

Spurgeon’s advice for a Christ-centered vacation

The best kind of vacation involves a restorative encounter with Jesus