How is the teacher or preacher to remain Christ-centered?
- November 13, 2009 |
In the days since the shootings at Fort Hood, the question of Muslims serving in the U.S. military has been unavoidable.
- November 13, 2009 |
Is the fact that fertility is falling around the world good news? You would certainly think so if you agree with the analysis cheerily offered by The Economist.
When a 15-year-old girl in Richmond, California, was brutally assaulted by as many as seven young men, the most barbaric act of all was the response of those in a position to help.
The Florida Department of Health has issued guidelines that designate which groups of people are expendable in the event of a crisis.
Margaret Feinberg's Scouting the Divine bridges the gap between modern believers and ancient scripture passages by drawing readers into the lives of a modern beekeeper, shepherdess, vintner, and farmer. Read some of Margaret's favorite spiritual "aha!" moments in our interview...
Have you used your daily quota of time for God's glory and your good?
Pastor Kevin DeYoung, author of "Why We Love the Church" weighs in on the third way beyond emerging and traditional that PCA minister, Jim Belcher, proposes in his thought-provoking book, Deep Church.
I have been called variously a preacher, pastor, minister and many other titles throughout my ministry. Although each conveys an element of what I do, I much prefer the word "shepherd." Why this distinction?
Did the Fort Hood shooter just "go over the brink"? Wouldn’t the simpler guess be that a member of our Armed Forces switched sides... like Benedict Arnold?
I have great sympathy for President Obama on the issue of Afghanistan — because the moral implications of his decision are staggering.
- November 04, 2009 |
"All God’s Children" tells the devastating story of at least two decades of abuse that went on at Mamou Alliance Academy in Guinea -- all in the name of Christian missions.
I relate not only to Peter's zeal for drawing closer to Christ, the desire to serve him, the desire to make things right and to motivate people, but also to his desire to be an example. Those around Peter saw not only his successes, but also his failures. And through these experiences, they could learn and grow.
In her song, More Precious than Silver, Lynn DeShazo explores a number of elements created by God and considered of great value—silver, gold, diamonds. But did you know the song came to be because of a French fry?
What does God think of our thanksgiving?