Through biblical evidence and real-life experiences, Steven Furtick shows you what happens when ordinary believers move beyond "purpose" to passion---and asking God for the impossible becomes a normal way of life.
Historians agree that there have been 10 great persecutions against the church. Instead of growing weaker during these times of persecution, the church actually grew stronger. The same is true today.
Eve Tushnet is still a lesbian--something she doesn't expect will change. Nonetheless, she's taken an amazingly countercultural approach to same-sex love.
Some believe what happened at the Reformation Hope orphanage on Jan. 12 was a miracle. And some now regard what has happened since that awful day as a second act of divine intervention.
As a new year - and a new chapter in our nation's political and economic history - looms, Americans in every socioeconomic bracket face a potential tax hike.
To all outward appearances he's a man of Christian faithfulness and integrity. Then, without warning, his life collapses into a sinkhole of sin. Everyone wonders how it could have happened so quickly. In most cases, it soon becomes known that—like most sinkholes—the problem didn't develop overnight.
Given what is at stake, living on the basis of a mere assumption that we cannot know if God exists seems a bit flimsy.
Globalization is about more than markets and technology. Globalization and Christianity are linked in ways you may never have imagined.
Former Khmer Rouge operative Kaing Guev Eav's sentence is not severe enough, in the minds of many Cambodians; forgiveness is far from their thoughts. Silas is not one of them.
As a writer of over 100 books and Bible studies, Kay Arthur traverses the Bible day after day, constantly discovering timeless truths, written thousands of years ago, yet still as fresh as if they had been penned this morning.
- July 28, 2010 |
Singlehood represents a burgeoning social dynamic in North America. To the extent that single believers trust the Lord, join in the mission of the church, and honor marriage by respecting its boundaries, we offer a compelling role to play in communities of faith.
- July 29, 2010 |
The promise that we could become an honest society of individuals who require truth from our elected officials and businesses leaders may seem a pipedream, but it is a revolutionary battle worth fighting.
iWorlders are dissolving long-established boundaries because they believe that people are happiest making their own moral and relational choices--and the Church has turned a blind eye.
The Atlantic recently made the case that "there's nothing objectively essential about his contribution" in an age when any two adults can make a family. Are fathers unnecessary after all?
By suing the state of Arizona for “unconstitutionally” passing immigration legislation, the federal government is tacitly acknowledging its dereliction of duty.