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Trevin Wax is the Managing Editor of The Gospel Project, a curriculum developed by LifeWay Christian Resources. He blogs daily at Kingdom People. He is also the author of Holy Subversion (Crossway, 2010) and Counterfeit Gospels (Moody, 2011).
I Weep for Miley

I weep for the lostness of a girl who doesn’t see herself stumbling around in the dark. I weep for women enslaved by a false view of sexual liberation.

Do the Angels Solve the Problem of Evil?

Angels look wistfully at the experience of redemption that we know through the gospel. Maybe we can’t get past the problem of evil because we don’t know the full extent of the beauty of redemption.

5 Ways People Manage Conflict

Relationships are more likely preserved when people on both sides recognize the different ways that people go about managing and resolving conflict. Here are the 5 most common ones...

Is the Abortion Battle a War On Women or a War Between Women?

If reporters and journalists were to frame all conversations about abortion as a “War on Babies,” I suspect abortion advocates would cry foul. They would protest such coverage as biased toward the pro-life view, and they’d be right.

Are You a Part-Time Churchgoer? You May Be Surprised

It’s not the content you receive every week that is so formative; it’s the act of being together and making the Lord’s family your priority. It’s similar to a family to eats every night together at the table. The value is not in the specifics of your conversation, but the very act of demonstrating your love for each other.

Why Millennials Are Leaving the Church

In a recent column for CNN, Rachel Held Evans offers some thoughts on “why millennials are leaving the church.” Her post struck a chord with readers. But my analysis differs from Rachel's...

Why Gay Marriage is Good (and Bad) for the Church

I am optimistic about the church of Jesus Christ. We’ve been through societal transformations before.

How I Wish the Homosexuality Debate Would Go

Just once, I’d like to see a TV interview go more like this:

8 Resolutions for the Christian Husband

#1 "I will tame my tongue. When it comes to my wife, I need to be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to anger."

4 Questions to Check Your Church Culture

Sure, you can check the church’s doctrinal statement to find out what the people believe. You can see from the church calendar what programs run and how active people are in church activities. But the calendar and confession don’t necessarily tell you about the church’s culture.

Is the Bible Too Violent for Kids?

There are two approaches to telling preschoolers and elementary kids stories that contain violence...

Manhood Restored: A Conversation with Eric Mason

Even where there are men present in local churches, there seems to be a passivity of presence. What a need for manhood!

Is Your Church a Kingdom Colony or a Country Club?

Our hearts drift toward tribalism, the tendency to gather with people just like us and to reflect ourselves rather than the missionary heart of God. We’re always putting up mirrors around the light of the gospel when we should be putting up windows.

The Crazy Culture of Complementarianism

When I say the culture of complementarianism seems “crazy” at times, I mean two things, one good and one bad.

When John Stott Confronted Billy Graham

What happens when two of the most influential evangelicals of the 20th century don’t see eye to eye on an issue with important theological and practical implications? A public showdown.

8 Business Tips from Jack Welch

The reality of common grace means there is truth to be found and lessons to be learned in all sorts of places. I recently read Winning, a business book with candid advice from Jack Welch...

Brace Yourself for Suffering: Lessons from a Broken Leg

I’ve always sought to be a good example for my younger brother. But in this situation, he was the one teaching me. I was reminded of how important it is for Christians to prepare for the storms of life before they arrive.

Imagining How Planned Parenthood Might Respond to Gosnell

Note: This is not an official statement from Planned Parenthood.

5 Ways to Avoid the Drain of Busyness

Busyness drains you of creative potential and saps the energy you need for ministry. We all need boundaries. And we tend to be more effective when we focus on doing fewer things well.

Why You Should Read Narnia in Publication Order

There are three ways to read the seven Chronicles of Narnia, but only one of them is best.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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