Following the recent release of I Can Only Imagine, we’ve been spending a little time thinking about what imagination looks like in the Christian life. Here are the four big ideas we’ve focused on: See the Bigger Picture Bring Everything You’ve Got Dare to Be Creative Redefine What’s Possible Today, we’re going for a brief dip in some deep theological … Read More
Your life, your career, your ministry—all of it lies a thousand miles away as you sit alone in a one-room cell, praying to God that He would make sense of your present condition. Now, imagine God answers that prayer. Imagine God sends an angel to open the heavens and reveal the deep mysteries of what He’s doing in the world … Read More
Fifteen years ago, I watched helplessly as Alzheimer’s disease robbed my grandfather of his ability to recognize the people he loved most. As he slowly faded, I struggled to imagine a crueler way for someone to go than to lose his memory in that way. We are hardwired for remembering. God has given us minds capable of hanging onto the … Read More
Now that I Can Only Imagine is out, folks are beginning to wonder more and more about what imagination looks like in the Christian life. We’ve been looking at four ways to cultivate a Christian imagination. Some of those ways are: See the Bigger Picture Bring Everything You’ve Got Dare to Be Creative Redefine What’s Possible Today, I want to … Read More
Are mature Christians allowed to imagine, or is that something only children do? In today’s post, we make a case for a healthy Christian imagination. More than a simple escape, imagination is a gospel-drenched way to go deeper into God’s reality—to open the eyes of our hearts and see our whole world in the light of Jesus.