The Gospel

Gospel Fluency, not Over Spiritualization

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

I was jogging on our dusty treadmill the other day. It had accumulated dust because it’s in our garage, and it hadn’t been used for months aside from being a flat surface for a tower of boxes. But alas, I decided to finally take 20 minutes that random day to exercise. It was nearing the end of January, so I didn’t feel the motivation that naturally comes with the turn of a new year.…

The Grace in Muddled Days

By Melissa Dennis 
Originally Published in Be Still Magazine, Issue 4 

God’s sufficiency is the constant rhythm beating in our lives as believers, yet for some reason we get so stuck in the muddled days that we can’t lift our gaze out of the mire to see the glory we were made for.…

God With Us

By Joanna Kimbrel
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

In the beginning, God was with us.
He walked with us in the garden.
He dwelt among us.
The uninhibited, unrestrained, unimaginable presence of God with us,
And it was very good. 

The holy Creator delighted in His good creation—
The man and woman called to bear his glorious image.…

The Perfect Gift

By Aubrey Coleman
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Glancing over my Christmas list, I notice two giant question marks beside a few names on the list. You might not be surprised to hear that those question marks represent the total mystery to me of how to shop for the men in my family!…

How Can a Loving God Allow People to go to Hell?

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

I recently found myself telling my daughter (age 6), “There’s no such thing as a dumb question.” I wanted to encourage and engage her curiosity. Like most families, we strive to protect wonder and curiosity and open communication in our home. We enjoy hearing our kids’ questions, even when the occasional incessant string of “why’s” has the potential to drive a person mad. This is because questions are powerful.…

Break Us Over Our Sin

By Jana White 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

When is the last time your sin was real to you? When was the last time you saw it as the Father does, and was broken over it? For many of us, we have grown to be content to sin less instead of being sinless.

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