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The Groom We Need

By Joy Lopes 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

How often do we think about the church as a bride in desperate need of a groom? This imagery is all throughout Scripture, just take a look at Hosea. So maybe you think about this every day, but I know I could use the reminder in my propensity to forget how needy I am.…

Disagreeing in Love

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

With so much information accessible at our fingertips, we have seemingly become experts on a vast array of topics or at least we like to think so. We can so easily cling to opinions as if they are gospel and need our utmost allegiance and defense.…

Making Home

By Caroline Williams 
Guest Contributor 

“Content to fill a little space, if Thou be glorified.” I can still see the simple print framed on her kitchen wall. That afternoon, while her house was fragrant with coffee and children played outside, my teenage self learned a profound lesson. …

Loving the Lonely: Ministry in the Midst of COVID-19

By Rylee Free 
Guest Contributor 

The severity of the Coronavirus crisis continues to increase, and more and more people have found themselves confined to their homes. For the Church, it may be tempting to simply shirk our responsibility to love our neighbor and our local church in the name of social distancing. While it is imperative that we respect the elderly, young children, and the immunosuppressed by social distancing, this does not give us a hall-pass on doing ministry during this time.  The question is then, how?…

Asking for Help When the Bible Seems Dry

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Have you ever experienced a season of your life when the Bible felt dry? While in seminary a few years ago, I had some of the most wonderfully brilliant Bible teachers in the world of theology uncovering the beauty of the Scriptures to me daily.…

Don’t be Stingy with Encouragement

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

There is a great deal of the world around us that offers discouragement with ease. This should not surprise us because Jesus told us that in this world we will have trouble. But even amongst Christians, we can discourage one another by gossiping, being judgmental, unfairly critiquing, speaking unkindly, or being unloving towards one another.…

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