It is important to get the right portrait of the right person.
- September 03, 2009 |
Americans need to stand by the faith-based charities whose own government is creating competition for volunteers.
- September 03, 2009 |
The hospice movement is a wonderful expression of the culture of life. In a very encouraging development, the movement is growing up in an unexpected way.
One of the twentieth century's greatest preachers, Martin Lloyd-Jones offers eight sermons on John 14:1-12 as encouragement to Christians and direction for unbelievers facing anxiety in uncertain times. Read an excerpt from Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled.
In this look at how God adores and transforms us, author Lisa Harper weaves poignant stories of her own personal foibles with a fresh take on selected Psalms to reveal a loving Father who remains our greatest champion even when we don’t feel anywhere close to holy.
If you think about the Father the way Jesus does, you'll get an accurate perspective that will lead you to fall in love with The Good and Beautiful God.
Should dying prisoners be released early on grounds of compassion? In some cases, absolutely. In the case of the Lockerbie bomber, that is a wholly different matter.
The plight of an Ohio teen who fled her Muslim family for fear that her father would kill her for becoming a Christian should be a wake-up call to those folks with the naïve "Coexist" bumper stickers.
This has been the "Summer of the Senior" in America, as the debate over health care reform and Medicare cuts continues.
"Recent poll data show that conceptually, at least, we are slowly becoming more like Hindus and less like traditional Christians in the ways we think about God, our selves, each other, and eternity."
Every Christian longs to see medical care for all of God's children. But government already has most of the guns and cannot be trusted with most of the scalpels as well.
Generosity is not as much an overflow of wealth as it is an overabundance of faith. Stinginess, on the other hand, is a sure sign that a person trusts things instead of God.
It is rare when history can so directly, indisputably credit a president for a specific, undeniable policy achievement--especially one that received virtually no press attention.
How do straight Christians build bridges to the gay community? Author Andy Marin shares his experiences as an evangelical living in the heart of Chicago's gay community.
Do you remember Dr. Seuss’s Cat in the Hat? You’ll be surprised to learn who else remembers it.
In Religion Saves, Pastor Mark Driscoll set out to determine the most controversial questions among visitors to the Mars Hill Church website, and received hundreds of requests. Here he tackles one of the top nine questions: what should Christians find funny?