Learning to experience true freedom in Christ is the ultimate goal of every Christian, but do we want to play an active role in the pursuit?
- March 05, 2013 |
Here are four good reasons to read good books: To know, to grow, to lead, and to love.
February 26 would have been Johnny Cash’s 81st birthday. Unlike many celebrities whose name dies out with the obituaries of their fan base, Cash continues to matter. And I think it matters that we understand why.
Libyan security officials arrested almost 50 more foreign Christians last week in Benghazi.
For teens with learning disabilities, more positive relationships with significant adults in their lives can improve their social and emotional lives, according to a new study.
In an impromptu White House press conference on Friday, President Barack Obama spoke on his administration's recent decision to file a friend-of-the-court brief urging the Supreme Court to strike down California's Proposition 8, saying there was "no good reason" for a ban on same-sex marriage.
The General Commission on United Methodist Men has joined conservative voices urging the Boy Scouts of America not to open its membership to homosexuals.
God's "time out" for us deepens our relationship with Him
Officials at Florida's Rollins College ordered a group of students to shut down a Bible study they were holding in the privacy of a dorm room -- saying it violated the rules.
Anyone who has been a Christian for almost any length of time understands God as “our Father.” Having received salvation at the age of twenty-one, I, too, understood the concept of God as Father but it wasn’t until last year—at the age of fifty-two—that I truly began to understand the fatherhood of God beyond the abstract.
Sometimes it is the redefinition of a word or phrase that is at the heart of our most important cultural transformations – and challenges.
It’s the Middle of the Night and Here I Am, Wide Awake…
The nation's largest Protestant group on Feb. 19 added its voice to the growing chorus urging the Boy Scouts of America to maintain its ban on openly gay members and leaders.
As with all of Keller’s books, this one is full of the gospel and full of powerful quotes. Here are just a few favorites...
Grace, not law, produces love-the love for God and neighbor that Jesus teaches. His love for us begets love from us.