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You’re Gonna Be in Babylon for a While

Jeremiah 31, Steel Magnolias, and Unexpected Salvation

Easter Saturday Is a Lot Like Today

The Disciples Understand Our Grief and Doubt

More than Lament: the Strange Boldness of Christianity

Seeing Beyond the Grave in a Pandemic

When Jesus Got Infected

Exilic Life in the Abyss, and a Savior who Refuses to Social Distance

Hope Is the Thing With Feathers

Jesus Is a Bad Birdwatcher

For God So Pitied the Fool: Humor and Hope in this Present Age

“Neither man nor woman can be worth anything until they have discovered that they are fools. This is the first step toward becoming either estimable or agreeable; and until it is taken there is no hope.” – William Lamb (British Prime Minister from 1834-1841) Whenever I read the Book of Proverbs, I get uncomfortable when “the […]

The Book of Sarah: On Eczema and Existential Despair

When God Doesn’t Explain Our Suffering

Romans 7 for Everyone

Death by the Hands of the Law

Grace in a Time of Corona Reminder

We hope you’ve been enjoying our daily video devotional series, posted every morning on our Instagram and Facebook pages. If you don’t have an account at either of those places (we salute you!), you should still be able to watch via the links provided. Or on our Vimeo page. We’ve also decided to upload the audio of each devotional to our Talkingbird podcast feed. So if you’re subscribed there (or access Mbird primarily through The Mockingapp), you won’t miss a thing!

Canceled Plans and Canceled People

Nothing New (or Gospel-Aligned) about Cancel Culture

Biblical Criticism and Rational Ignorance

How God Responds to Sophisticated Arguments Against Christianity (SACCs)

Inspiration, the Many Gospels, and the “Good News”

Why Just Four Canonical Gospels?