Resources

Relational Legalism

We continue our series on Jesus & Compassion by looking at two stories that highlight how we get legalistic in relationships — starting with Mary & Martha.

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Seeing with Jesus, In Portrait Mode

Reading the Gospels over, it is clear that Jesus could see in portrait mode. Of course, he could also take in a panorama! But over and over again, as Paul Miller points out, we see him “see” people, move toward them in compassion, and act on their behalf. Read More...

New Battlefields

As a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard, Ross Burns, seeJesus' new Military Trainer, desires to bring Jesus' hope into the military. "It's a rough time in the military, for sure," shares Ross. The service men and women of the United States need the refuge of Jesus. Read More...

The Beauty of the Gospel is Jesus

With secularism on the rise, youth groups are one ministry that still draws people from outside the Church. Veteran youth pastor, Christian Graham, recently joined seeJesus as Mid-Atlantic Student Ministries Coordinator, and the heart of his ministry is to connect students with the Person of Jesus. Read More...

Extremely Exhausted & Uniquely United

Our Eurasia Coordinator, Richard, recently traveled to Romania to deliver resources for our partners at UDG, a Christian university in Moldova engaged in Ukrainian refugee ministry. He met so many people who are being the hands and feet of Jesus to those who are displaced! Read More...

The Father’s Joy in Resurrection

God is the one taking action in Jesus’ resurrection. The Apostle Paul is pointing out something that's really important for love: we do the dying, but God does the resurrecting. This doesn't mean that we’re completely passive in resurrection. But the energy, ideas, and the people that help—all of that is from the father. It's the father's gift to us... Read More...

Sadness on the Way to the Cross

We are living in a season of sadness. This is true globally at multiple levels, but it's also true for the Church as we enter Lent. For many of us, sadness is frightening because we don’t know how to enter it without drowning. Read More...

Grace Invites Us to Sing

A few years ago, I started to feel uncomfortable with my then lower elementary aged kids' lack of engagement in our worship service. There was no pressure around us to make a change; my discomfort didn't feel like embarrassment or guilt, but a nudge from the Lord to take action! Read More...

The Prodigal Son (Part 1)

In this episode, we look at the story of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15) with a focus on the father, considering the context of the story and the father’s decision to grant the son his wish.  

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The Unfolding Prayer Story of A Praying Church

"I never started out to write a book on prayer,” writes Paul Miller in the introduction to "A Praying Life." As we reflect on the ministry of "A Praying Life," here is the prayer story behind the book and how it continues to unfold into a new book, "A Praying Church." Read More...

Lavish Hospitality in Humble Places

Débora Ramirez was shocked when the border agent told her team they could not enter Honduras. “Fifty pastors were there waiting for us,” said Deb. “I really felt like God wanted us to go, and now he’d closed the door right in our faces!” What happened next was truly God's plan for the team. Read More...

The Widow of Nain

We’re beginning a new series that will look at Jesus as a person, and along the way, we’re picking up on some themes that go back to our earliest episodes.

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An X-Ray of Christmas

Philippians 2:5-8 is like an x-ray of Christmas – it’s the story behind the story of the manger. In this passage, Paul describes four steps to what we're calling the descent of love that help us understand not only Jesus' love for us, but also our love for others. Read More...