Grace isn’t something you dissect and define. It’s something that collides with and forever changes your life. But it’s not as easy as it sounds, because before your life can collide with grace, you must first collide with the reality of your sin.
By Kyle Idleman Mr. Williams looked up from the starched white bed sheets to his nurse and asked, “Would you call my daughter Janie and tell her that I have had a mild heart attack? She is the only family that I have.” His eyes welled up with tears and his respiration sped up…
By Kyle Idleman They both sinned, in very similar ways, with a very similar effect. You might say even oddly similar. Except the rest of their stories could not be more different. Why? Because one missed out on the grace of God.
By Kyle Idleman Her eyes filled with tears as she told me her story of addiction and regret. Then she asked, “Do you think I’m good enough to be baptized?” She just couldn’t imagine God would still want her.
By Kyle Idleman The way we apply Christmas to our own lives is to look at other people as more important than us, to set aside our own interests for the sake of others. Is that how you would describe your life? Is that how you would describe your home over the holidays?