The Gospel

Hope in Sorrowful Seasons

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Death seemed like a rare occurrence until the coronavirus pandemic. I live in New York City, and at the virus’s height last spring, hundreds of lives were claimed every day here. Every morning, my phone was inundated with news notifications…700 lives, 800 lives, 1000 lives.…

Bad Days and the Gospel

By Stefanie Boyles  
Staff Writer for the Daily Grace Co.  

Sometimes, you just have a bad day.   

I had one of those recently. It happened to fall on my oldest daughter’s 6th birthday. She had been looking forward to her birthday for weeks.…

Preaching the Gospel to Yourself

By Stefanie Boyles  
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

I used to think the gospel was just for unbelievers. It was the good news for salvation and not much more. But as I grew in my understanding of Scripture, I realized that, while the gospel certainly does matter for one’s moment of salvation, it also extends to every single aspect of life moving forward. …

Bought to be Free

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Dirt. Gravel roads. Clucking chickens. Rolling, green hills. Whenever I visit my family’s farm in Kentucky, I feel like I am stepping back in time to a period of simplicity and struggle.…

Seeking Justice through the Gospel

By Kyra Riley 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

*Warning: explicit language 

The conclusion of a middle school day brings a sweet taste of freedom and an urgency to play in blithe adolescence before night comes. In a crowd of 6th graders, I exit the hallway doors into the bright midafternoon sun.

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.…

Hearts Exposed

By Aubrey Coleman 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

If you’d asked me what the year 2020 would hold, I am confident I never would’ve considered a pandemic. The current state of our country and our world have changed our courses and led us to make huge adjustments in our lives.…

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