Does Christ's Life, Death, and Resurrection really mean as much to our daily lives as it does to our religious lives as Christians?
- April 04, 2010 |
Perhaps you have an emotional hole from divorce, the loss of a child, abuse, addiction, or depression. As Jesus hung on the cross, He became well acquainted with holes...
Today marks the five-year anniversary of the death of my sister, Terri Schiavo. I wish I could say things have changed for the better since then, the rights of the brain-injured, elderly and others are still being violated.
The terror attacks in Moscow may or may not be a harbinger of more to come. They also remind us that evil is far closer to us than we often allow ourselves to remember.
Incorrect and misleading information about our nation's founders is plentiful. We have to carefully consider the context of the founders' writings...
How can you honor this special time with your entire family? Barbara Curtis, mom of 12, offers some traditions...
No human created in God's image should be denied basic health care. This is easy for a Christian. What is hard is the detail.
Kayla Eland and Lindon Pronto are roommates at Pitzer College in California. They, along with students at a growing number of colleges and universities, are pioneering a new trend — coed roommates.
A now-infamous series of experiments revealed how seemingly ordinary men could carry out the demonic orders of the Third Reich. Recently, a French documentary updated the experiment.
Trying to image the Christmas story, all I get is a crèche and the smell of hay mingled with baby powder. By contrast, the sensations of Passion Week are so close at hand that they make me cringe.
You don't have to be an athlete on an international stage. You don't need to train your whole life for that one moment in time. The event doesn't have to be something where others will even notice or want to write about. We are presented with opportunities throughout our life to change, grow and impact others.
Moving from an apartment to a home of our own, we basked in the newness of our house. Everything was great until we began looking for neighborhood Christians to befriend.
After eight years of scourging George W. Bush every time he confessed he prayed, at long last, there is room for Jesus in the inn. That is, so long as the Savior "supports" a certain agenda.
- March 26, 2010 |