No matter how stuck you may have become, you can move forward with God’s help. Here's how.
How worship leader James Ward makes music integral to New City Fellowship's Christian mission.
As Richard Stith argues, the legalization of abortion "was supposed to grant enormous freedom to women, but it has had the perverse result of freeing men and trapping women."
China is looking “nervously” at neighboring Japan, whose low birthrate and aging population are undermining its post-war economic miracle.
While passing through the two blocks that make up the downtown area of Grove City, Pa., I saw something you rarely ever see in my hometown—people holding protest signs.
"God wants us to be happy." Hmm. Is that really the message that the Man of Sorrows wants us to take as the motif of Christian discipleship?
Sunday marks on year since the outbreak of horrific violence against Christians in Orissa, India. As a reminder, we want to share a portion of one woman's story.
Sometimes, when the pain is very deep, you need someone to do your praying for you. The Bible has a name for these people: intercessors.
When things are going smoothly, you might not find it hard to believe that God is good. But if life takes a bad turn, you might ask, "How could a good God allow this?" Daniel can empathize.
It’s easy for me, at times, to look at what others have and be envious. But so often I forget all I do have…and that it is more than enough.
While Americans are ready, even anxious, to forgive celebrities’ transgressions, they can be downright vindictive when it comes to ordinary offenders.
Mostly we can afford to sigh and move on when videos like this are made and sent to us, but occasionally a snort of gentlemanly disgust is warranted.
What would you do if faced with injustice—if it meant putting your life, and the lives of your loved ones, in danger? That’s the question author Richard Doster asks in his poignant, well-written historical novel, Crossing the Lines. Read our interview.
How is it possible that somebody who has given his life to Christ can withhold their financial gifts from Him?
"I get tired of people apologizing for the Crusades, like Christians were a bunch of dirty looters that went over there and killed everybody," says author Rodney Stark. "It just wasn't true."
There's something self-righteous and hypocritical within us that cries out for the preacher to "let those other people have it!" But this type of sermonizing is less prophetic and more cheap preaching.
- August 12, 2009 |
Are you missing your own life? If you’re too busy to savor the moments that can become memories to treasure, you’re missing out on the life God wants you to enjoy...
- August 07, 2009 |
Christians have been trained to think that one attempt at relational redemption will then take away a GLBT person’s pain and hurt. It just doesn’t work like that.