If you had all the time in the world to read, what books beside the Bible would you invest your time in?
- July 26, 2011 |
More than 280 people packed Minneapolis' Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church on Sunday, honoring those killed in a bombing and mass shooting at a youth camp in Norway.
Here is the first thing I want to say about the matter of homosexuality: I begin with repentance.
Our beloved friend is now home, beside His Savior and marveling at God’s majesty.
Asked earlier today, "Can one be a Christian and still enjoy reading/watching the Harry Potter series," I gave the following answer...
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Focus on the Family proudly defends the sanctity of marriage.
The epidemic of excess weight gain and obesity among young Americans began about 15 years ago, a new study finds.
Paul refers to himself numerous times as worth “imitating” when it comes to spiritual growth and maturity. What do we see when we look to Paul as an example?
Rev. Al Mohler recently said same-sex attracted evangelicals must change; research indicates it is rare. What now?
Selfishness creates negative consequences, but selflessness is the antidote.
The final Harry Potter movie shattered the record for an opening weekend at the North American box office, industry trackers said.
An honest conversation with Jesus about how we should live that takes place between the lines of the Great Sermon in Luke 6.
Amazon is now allowing students to rent textbooks on their Kindle and Kindle apps, which allows students to save up to 80% off textbook list prices.
- July 19, 2011 |
My first book, When Bad Christians Happen to Good People, is being re-released with new content and a study guide for small groups. Here is part of the intro from the book.
- July 19, 2011 |
It seems necessary to address why and even if Christians should be involved in redeeming society and culture. There are many who deride such activity as being a diversion from the “real” work of the church, which in their minds is nothing more than articulating the personal plan of salvation (or “gospel,” very narrowly understood).
An adopting couple's pastor asked if I’d write a letter to their soon-to-be-adopted boy, for when he’s old enough to start asking questions about his adoption and what it means. I’ve changed his name, but this is what I wrote.
Binge-drinking can have a long-lasting negative effect on the brains of teenaged girls, hitting them harder than it does young boys, a new study shows.