By Yael Eckstein This month, Jews around the world will celebrate the single most important event in the history of Israel and God’s children: Passover or Pesach. In rituals that have spanned generations and survived pogroms, persecutions, and even the Holocaust, we will once again gather around the table to observe the traditional Passover meal, known as the seder. Jews and Christians alike are familiar with the biblical story of the Exodus, which chronicles the Jewish people’s escape from slavery in Egypt. Even though this pivotal event occurred thousands of years ago, we remember it today in the celebration of…

By Dr. Tony Evans Many old football and baseball stadiums have been torn down, and new ones built in their places. The older ones were okay, but they lacked modern improvements and technology. Moreover, many of these older stadiums included seating areas with obstructed views: a beam or a post would block a fan’s full visual participation in the sporting event. In fact, oftentimes, if a fan was seated in one of these seats behind a column, he would have to ask another person what had just happened. He’d have to get secondhand information because he couldn’t see things for…

If we confess our disordered attachments, “he who is faithful and just will forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9). Ed: Your first book was your story of finding sobriety. What is your new book, The Book of Waking Up, about? Do you see your journey to sobriety differently than you used to? Seth: I see my sobriety journey so much differently now, six years into a season of being undrunk. Coming Clean was a real-time journal, one I wrote in the anxious process of quitting the bottle. In those early days, I wasn’t…

“No words can express the wonderful love that was spread abroad in my heart. I wept aloud with joy and love.” Charles Finney

Understanding what season we’re in has a significant bearing on our souls.