As a practical outworking of loving God and others, true justice is restorative. So how do Christians practically imitate God's passion for justice and righteousness?
- September 24, 2009 |
Rick Renner takes a closer look at the phrase "looking diligently" in Hebrews 12:15, one of the New Testament's most powerful verses for what it has to say about our responsibility as overseers of our own spiritual walk.
- September 22, 2009 |
Think of the 66 books of the Bible as service stations along the route Christ paved toward Heaven for you and me.
Knowing I was having a rough time of it, a friend sent me the YouTube link to Selah's version of Before the Throne of God Above. I have since played this video time and again and am always awed by the beauty of the music and the truth of the lyrics.
- September 12, 2009 |
Who do you want answering this question: Should we save a baby born at 21 weeks and 5 days?
It's time to ask why ACORN still has a shot at receiving government money from other agencies, and why the Justice Department has not filed charges.
Dear Mr. President, remember all the analysis immediately after your election this past November regarding where you and your family would attend church?
The scenario is common and vexing: a church building erected generations ago sits idle six days a week yet consumes 50 percent of the church budget. What to do?
It's something of a dilemma: On the one hand, a minister must never put a price on the work he does as he looks to the Lord as the Source for his needs. On the other, he should absolutely be adequately compensated for his work.
It was while crafting the narrative for a film based on his life that author Donald Miller was told his story was "too boring." His latest book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, chronicles not only this filmmaking process but also his own real-life transformation.
People are broken; we need Christ and his truth. But if Christians refuse to be genuine with those who are thirsty, the Living Water is quenched and they will look elsewhere for help.
You've heard them - the statements people commonly make when objecting to Christianity. Here's how you can respond when you hear, "That may be True for You but Not for Me."
Church is not generally the right place to celebrate our civil rights, though we may thank God for them, but it might be the right place to urge citizens to exercise them to protect the innocent.
Saturday's massive TEA party rally at the Capitol was remarkably peaceful and upbeat as marchers passed by the Annual Black Family Reunion Tent. Unless you read the Washington Post.
Jesus’ conversations with a diversity of people during his life offers timeless wisdom in our approach to unbelievers.
To reach people with the Gospel, we have to be able to speak their language: be it Swahili, Chinese... or the language of postmodern secularism.
Being a Christian doesn't mean you won't have doubts. John the Baptist went straight to the Lord with his doubts… and so must we!
- September 15, 2009 |