While I believe all Christians should be involved in the political process by exercising their right to vote, we need to also recognize that political solutions will not solve the real problems of our country...
Like a hot air balloon waiting for the ropes that hold it down to be cut so it can rise up and soar, so we wait for God to cut the strings that tie us to this temporal life.
The man who recorded the final out for last season's World Series champions talks about how important faith and family are to him.
God's will for people includes their full assurance.
Ethos is a distinguishing tone, environment, or climate—and it's powerful. It may seem intangible, but leaders must know how to influence ethos to the benefit of their ministry.
A well-known house church leader was formally arrested on August 31 for receiving 3 tons of bibles.
Our work and responsibilities, far from being the bottomless pit of drudgery and futility that they often seem, are in fact the harness by which our energies and abilities are applied to pulling a load and accomplishing something.
We've been duped by a myth about what traditional “education” will guarantee for our futures.
Instead of following along with our self-obsessed, comfort-minded culture, Christians should expect suffering. It's the rule, not the exception.
In reading the provocative writings of the atheist author of God is Not Great, Dr. Ray Pritchard came across three valid points regarding us religious types that deserve further comment...
Evangelical expert: withdrawal would be a tragedy for Afghans.
To put it plainly, Christians are people who gladly, freely and joyfully worship Jesus Christ. They adore Him.
I used to think it was a dumb question when Jesus asked the man at the healing pool if he wanted to be healed. Of course he wants to be healed. Look at what he is living in. Look at what is around him. Why would he want to stay there? Yeah, but why would I want to stay where I am? Why would you?
If God were to issue an authoritative "State of the World" report on current conditions, what would He say?
For the first time in more than 30 years, Mother Teresa graces the cover of Time magazine. But unlike the 1975 cover that hailed her as a living saint, this week’s cover titillatingly trumpets, “The Secret Life of Mother Teresa.” The subtitle declares, “Newly published letters reveal a beloved icon’s 50-year crisis of faith.” NBC led the TV pack with serious questions about her faith.
The story of David’s fleeing for refuge among the prophets of the Lord is instructive for us in many ways.
- August 29, 2007 |
"Everywhere there are signs reminding guests that they have two choices when determining historical truth: God's Word or human reason. So choose wisely."
- August 22, 2007 |
Few of us enjoy the thought of increasing discipline in our daily lives. But the benefits of an ordered life far outweigh the costs. Starting this week, we want to consider seven practices to become more efficient in managing our time and organizing our surroundings.