Christians are supposed be about the truth. We are to proclaim the truth, live the truth, and love the truth. But sometimes, in advancing the truth, we tell ourselves lies
ReligionToday.com talks to Chick-fil-A patrons, radio host Ken Coleman and professor Mark Coppenger of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary about the Chick-fil-A controversy, Wednesday's Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day and tolerance of opinions in today's culture.
“Where is God right now?” Kris blurted out to me in frustration one day. “We’re calling on Him for help. It just seems like He’s forgotten about us.”
"Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day," as organizer Mike Huckabee called it, may have been more successful than even he envisioned. More than 650,000 people had signed up on Facebook to participate, and it seemed that each one came -- and brought a friend.
One of the best bets for family entertainment: a feel-good story with a message that is the funniest of the Wimpy Kid series.
There are several fallouts from a culture that is “always on.” For one thing, it's made us impatient.
There are always two (or more) sides to a story. And that’s the case with LifeWay bookstores and The Blind Side.
Is the imagination "evil"? Thoughts on cultivating a "holy imagination" from award-winning musician and author Michael Card.
When you list off your failures and stay there in the defeat, nobody wins. Just keep loving God. Just keep loving your kids.
On many days you feel like a lousy teacher, but . . . a soldier? “Not ME!” you cry aloud.
Do you ever feel like you aren't where you want to be and you're not where you used to be, but you just can't seem to move away from where you are?
It's hard to find a really good chicken sandwich.
In a world that constantly accepts compromise, what are you doing to adhere to your values?
When a society replaces discourse and sound thinking with catch phrases and slogans, there’s a problem. And folks, we’ve got a problem.
Have you scratched your head over the last few weeks and thought, “What in the world is going on?” What’s going on is a massive divide about what is meant by “tolerance.”
Church leaders have good days and bad just as anyone, and sometimes they need the wisdom of their peers. Here are seven leadership books to make those days less troublesome.
Are you waiting on the Lord and rejoicing in Him today?
Where is hostility toward religious freedom growing the fastest? You’ll be shocked by the answer.
As a Bible study group leader, you’ll find your role changing back and forth from expert to cheerleader to lover to referee during the course of a session.
- July 29, 2012 |