- August 13, 2009 |
What makes worship music good or bad? I’ll tell you this—it’s more than simply a matter of taste.
Canadian Pakistani Christians on Saturday (August 8) assembled in front of Legislative Assembly of Ontario to condemn recent incidents of violence against Pakistani Christians.
God calls each of us—many out of what we think are our mundane everyday lives, to do something extraordinary and to really live, for Him. So who and what are you living for today? And how deep are you choosing to live your life?
Most people believe in God; not nearly as many believe in the devil. Even those who do tend to believe he is merely the embodiment of the "equal and opposite" force to God in the universe. And that's just not true.
What is the first thing you do when your eyes open each morning? What are your first thoughts? Is your attitude Christ-like, or are you conformed to the patterns of this world?
Christians, by definition of bearing the imprint of God, are creative people. The arts and culture were once our domain. To reestablish a partnership with the creative work God is doing, check these tips for Finding Divine Inspiration.
If anyone in Congress is thinking about these policies regarding one of America’s most poverty-stricken cities, it must be a very twisted thought process.
Is sexuality simply a private matter with no consequences for society?
- July 27, 2009 |
Contemporary hymn Lead Me to the Cross suggests an alternative to noise addiction.
A standoff between Pakistani officials and Christians protesters ended with officials finally consenting to file a complaint against key Muslim clerics.
While on the surface global warming alarmism might seem like a peripheral issue, it has profound spiritual, moral, and economic implications for believers -- and especially the poor -- that pastors can ill afford to ignore.
When you carry on conversations with yourself in your mind, does what you're telling yourself reflect biblical truth?
Worship leader John Chisum explores the benefits that come when we remember, recite and take refuge in worship.
In the 1960s, the average South Korean woman gave birth to six children during her lifetime. Forty years later, South Korea has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world — slightly more than one child per woman.
I suggest that this massive addiction to information leads us away from wisdom, not toward it, creating what author Shane Hill calls “a permanent puberty of the mind.”
Homosexuality is here to stay. In fact, it's becoming more a part of our culture every day. For Christians, the long-term plan with homosexuals should be obvious: Help them to know Christ.