The Balance of Bearing By

By Camisha Kibble The life of a Christian is marked by the effort to balance two extremes: the depravity of sin and the dignity of salvation. In our walks, we must be careful not to fall into one extreme over the other. If we dwell in the depravity of sin, we sit in paralyzed helplessness. … Continued

Being Taught By Teaching Kids By

By Jennie Ketchum When I finished my membership process at Redeemer, the leaders immediately asked me where I thought my gifts would best be used in serving others. I kind of shrugged my shoulders and said, “I don’t know, maybe kids.” That was four years ago and I’ve been in various roles since then in … Continued

The Habit of Dying to Self By

By James Smith Ever have one of those days, weeks, years, or seasons where you find yourself consumed with nothing but yourself? Overwhelmed by selfish desires that have led to fractured relationships, destructive addictions, or exhausted by having to maintain a certain projected image of yourself? At the root of all these bad habits is … Continued