Every week, my buddies and I record a live podcast about really geeky stuff (games, electronics, etc.). We do it for fun and I guess we’re passionate about it. ... Read More »
By Marcos Marti
Over the last five years I have come to deeply appreciate creating things by hand. My interest has (admittedly) mirrored the rise of Etsy and Pinterest but it’s still... Read More »
By Kandice Halferty
Monkeys don’t make promises, and monkeys don’t use money. Neither do gators. No animal uses money because no animal makes promises.
This crazy stuff is a uniquely human addition to... Read More »
By Ben Tertin
Many people are uncomfortable when a spiritual authority discusses the god of mammon. You can hear it in such phrases as, “That church has no business talking to me... Read More »
By Alvin Rapien
For over a year, I so badly wanted to be a pastor at the church my... Read More »
By Tyler Gorsline
John was single-handedly making my job possible. I lived with him for free, he was paying for all my food and utilities, and even donating to the ministry I... Read More »
By Jason Leonard
As a pastor I meet many students who face the unfortunate tension between pursuing a vocation as an artist or… something more “stable.” So it was with that in... Read More »
By Bryan Halferty
“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” ― John Bunyan
Ultimately, we have only two options with the resources we... Read More »
By Joshua Becker
From the time I committed my life to following Jesus, money has made me anxious. What I heard Scripture telling me was money is evil, and I should shun... Read More »
By Janie Stuart
Just wanted to put that out there.
Now, let me explain.
Most Christians in my circles fall into the ominous, “middle class.” You... Read More »
By Carson Nyquist
I was 25 years old, making $438/month, with some change in a bank account, massive student loans and $14,000 in credit card debt when I started tithing regularly.
With all... Read More »
By Jason Leonard
At first glance it would seem that the Bible is wrong. Money is the source of a lot of trouble in our world, but surely my paycheck isn’t the... Read More »
By Ken Castor
Mid winter in Northern Wisconsin is not the best place to see how low the gas gauge goes on your vehicle. That’s a fun game to play in... Read More »
By Tony Roos
Sessions are something relatively new to The Unitive. They are our attempt at a magazine issue, a series or smattering of posts on a given topic or theme.
In a... Read More »
By The Unitive
This is what Jesus tells his more than slightly perturbed disciples. Here in Matthew 26:6-13 they’ve just witnessed a woman pour out... Read More »
By Pete Tegeler