Discipleship

How to Lead a Bible Study

By Jana White 
Editor for The Daily Grace Co.  

Preparing to lead a Bible study and work out all of the logistics that can come with it can sometimes feel like you’re planning a child’s birthday party, which is one thing I have not been sad about missing during COVID season.…

5 Lies of the Materialism Idol

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

1. You are more valuable when you have valuable things. 
There are several reasons we are lured to idolize material things, one of which leads us to believe that our human value is dependent on how valuable our things are.…

Accountability Relationships

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

In the middle of government orders to stay at home during Covid-19, many of us found ourselves alone in our homes with little human interaction. Aside from a roommate, a spouse, children, or parents, many of us were forced to see friends virtually through our phones and computer screens.…

Gospel Dance

By Courtney Chambers 
Guest Contributor 

I have always admired those who can dance beautifully. They can twirl, jump, and move to the music flawlessly. When you go to a ballet you sit there and watch as they move together telling us a story. We can conclude when watching a ballet though that that was not their first time dancing.…

How Do We Study Theology

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Theology, simply put, is what we believe about God. It is the study of who He is and what it leads us to believe about Him. Tim Challies wrote about the importance of developing our theological understanding saying, “When we have great knowledge of God, we can think great thoughts of God.…

Identity Rooted in Christ Alone

By Madyson Mahler 
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 2 

i·den·ti·ty / noun: identity;
the fact of being who or what a person or thing is.  

There’s a lot of hearts down here on this earth walking around confused. A lot of girls and women and boys and men searching for who they are and what they were made for.…

Body and Bread, Blood and Cup

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.
 

We rearranged our church because of the Eucharist. There were other contributing factors, too, but I underestimated how the physical movement of chairs would have a spiritual impact. Not just on me, but on the church. Before the rearrangement, we had two sections of chairs with a central aisle.…

From Restless to Content

By Stefanie Boyles 
Staff Writer for the Daily Grace Co.  

When I was a young girl, I was restless. It wasn’t that I was behaviorally hyperactive, but internally, I was constantly pacing. I was always longing for the next phase. No matter how perfect my current situation was – material possessions, success in school, a handful of great friends – something deep in me wanted more. Something felt missing, and my natural inclination was to look for it in a new set of circumstances that the future held.  

How many of us allow our internal sense of well-being, or contentment, to be determined by our circumstances? We feel dissatisfied with our current lot; maybe even disappointed. So we dream about new scenarios that will surely give us reprieve from our dissatisfaction and restlessness. Maybe we turn the negative energy into fuel to create this dream.…

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