Christians are called to be salt and light. Are we succeeding? Scott Sauls believes it’s time for believers to do a better job helping our friends and neighbors see the real Jesus in us.
Scott Sauls is senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee and author of Jesus Outside the Lines, Befriend, and From Weakness to Strength. Prior to moving to Nashville, Scott served at New York City’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church as a lead and preaching pastor and planted two churches. Scott’s work has been featured in publications including Christian Today, Relevant, Qideas, Catalyst, Leadership Magazine, aholyexperience, Table Talk, The Gospel Coalition, Key Life, as well as other publications.
Being Like Jesus
Becoming Like Him
Non-Christians often give Christians a bad rap. Do we deserve it? Pastor Scott Sauls admits a lot of damage has been done in the name of Christ, and it’s time we changed that and he has some suggestions.
Abiding in Christ
Jesus commands His followers to be great neighbors. Are we? Scott Sauls talks about what it would look like to live so compellingly in our cities that, if we were removed, people would miss us terribly.
Christine Hoover, Barbara Neumann, Sue Edwards, and Scott Sauls talk about the value of being intentional in friendships even when it’s difficult.
Befriending the Depressed
Scott Sauls, author of “Befriend,” opens up about his season of anxiety and depression. Find out what you can do to come alongside a struggling friend mired in depression.
When Viewpoints Differ
Author Scott Sauls encourages believers to pursue those who are different from us. Sauls reminds us that Jesus befriended prodigals and Pharisees, sinners and outcasts.
Listening to Understand
Pastor Scott Sauls calls people to behave as followers of Christ, especially when we differ.