Fellowship is at the heart of the divine economy, a partnership in well-doing.
The recognition that God is the supreme object of our enjoyment fills us with wonder at creation’s transparency to the love and goodness of God.
On Dec. 31, St. Dunstan's Church in Houston will give the proceeds of a special capital campaign to celebrate the Jubilee year of its founding.
“Self-awareness” has become something of a cultural phenomenon of late. Yet for all its benefits, there are limits to what it can achieve.
Those wise men brought such manifestly impractical gifts to the infant Christ: gold, frankincense, and myrrh.
A moment of confession: I love stewardship season, and I love asking people for money. Why? Because John Chrysostom’s right: Learning to use money effectively for God’s purpose is fundamental to our discipleship.
"You cannot serve God and wealth." But God has an inheritance for us. And surely our institutions and their wealth are part of this, as they are placed in the service of sanctification, holiness, by God’s grace.