• OneCry: A Nationwide Call for Spiritual Awakening
    by Dan Brownell on January 14, 2021 at 5:42 pm

    By Dan Brownell What happens when we cry out together for spiritual revival?Forty years ago, Pastor Bill McLeod of a small Baptist church in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in Canada, asked his people to be part of a weekly prayer meeting and to pray daily for revival.Adults and even children dutifully complied. They would even add a The post OneCry: A Nationwide Call for Spiritual Awakening appeared first on Today’s Christian Living.

  • On the Other Side
    by Joanna Sanders on January 11, 2021 at 3:27 pm

    I’ve had some really bad moments in my life. But I’m not sure that any of them could compare to the horror of the moment when Adam and Eve stepped out of the Garden and into the fallen world. When they reached the other side of the guarded gate, did they realize the enormity of The post On the Other Side appeared first on Today’s Christian Living.

  • The Friend Who Sees
    by Joanna Sanders on December 28, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    It’s been a long time since I had a shopping trip with my girlfriends at the mall. A frequent outing when I was younger, my less-frequent outings with girlfriends these days focus more on coffee and conversation than on shopping. So the day I unexpectedly got to go shopping with my friend in early November The post The Friend Who Sees appeared first on Today’s Christian Living.

  • Make Some Noise
    by Joanna Sanders on December 17, 2020 at 3:22 pm

    A text came through as I was running errands on a hectic snow day before Christmas. It was only mid-morning, but I was already feeling a little spent, not finding a parking spot even close to the post office (for the second day in a row). The text was from a local ministry seeking $750 The post Make Some Noise appeared first on Today’s Christian Living.

  • The Position of Our Prayer
    by Joanna Sanders on December 11, 2020 at 7:43 pm

    I grew up in a church in which we often knelt as part of the liturgy. I hated kneeling even though the benches were cushioned. Back then, I wondered why God would want us to kneel, which was quite uncomfortable. But recently, I discovered that there’s a good reason for kneeling and a great benefit The post The Position of Our Prayer appeared first on Today’s Christian Living.