Hope for Busted Up Sinners Like Me

By Scott Sauls | October 28, 2017

For honest Christians (should there be any other kind?), becoming like Jesus Christ—or what Scripture calls sanctification—is often an anticlimactic process. No matter how much better we become over time, no matter how much more loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled we are this year compared to last year (Galatians 5:22-23), […]

The Kind of Leader Worth Following

By Scott Sauls | October 20, 2017

I first met Tim Keller eleven years ago. I believed it then, and I still believe it now…that he is the best English-speaking Christian preacher, thinker, and visionary of our time. I am not alone in this. And yet, having also gotten to serve “up close” under his leadership, there are other things about Tim that endear him […]

Facing My Own Restlessness

By Scott Sauls | October 16, 2017

I believe in the Kingdom come Then all the colors will bleed into one, bleed into one But yes, I’m still running. You broke the bonds and you loosed the chains You carried the cross of my shame, of my shame You know I believe it But I still haven’t found what I’m looking for. […]

The World Will Give You Trouble — Love Anyway

By Scott Sauls | October 2, 2017

If you are a Christian leader, boss, or influencer, a time may come when your faith is costly to you and also to those whom you lead and serve. A time may come when certain organizations get put out of business because faithful Christianity becomes incompatible with the dogma, moral vision, and laws of the […]

My Living Hero Talks About My New Book

By Scott Sauls | October 2, 2017

For our entire marriage, Patti and I have sought to learn as much from our living hero, Joni Eareckson Tada, as we possibly can. Recently, Joni gifted to us the following reflection, which became the Foreword to my new book for pastors, parents, coaches, executives, stage performers, and anyone else who has been entrusted with […]