It’s possible to enjoy your hobbies without losing sight of what matters most in life. Here’s how you can stop your hobbies from overtaking your life, and start enjoying the life God wants for you.
Old comments from a 2012 blog post are threatening to undo everything this Christian couple has worked to achieve.
We are role models, whether we intend to be or not. So what example are we providing those in our ministries?
A church, one that really was God’s, dripping with grace toward His sin-soaked children, wouldn’t be just a parking lot.
If only I could pack a few extra hours into each day, perhaps I could maintain some semblance of sanity amidst this chaos.
Humility seems to be at the very heartbeat of Jesus. To be like Jesus is to be humble.
Despite many flaws there is something genuinely special. It is the first of its kind: a Christian film that has no agenda but laughter.
Elizabeth Esther is quick to point out that forgiveness isn’t always such a cut and dry process, even for Christians.
Not as memorable as fellow 2014 foodie film Chef, but it’s hard to find any major flaws in it. Predictable, but well-played.
Some moms are neglecting to prepare their kids for life by giving them choices, responsibilities, and consequences.
If God forgives every person who confesses their sin to him (1 John 1:9) and teaches us to do the same (Matt. 18:21-22), who are we to refuse?
It is true that you can’t necessarily put a number or percentage on discipleship growth, but you can tell—over time—if it has happened or is happening. Here are 10 indications a church is making disciples.
“The man who attains a wife attains a beautiful thing and is promoted to approval and delight from the Lord.”
I used to admit to being perfectionistic the way someone might confess to being especially pretty: It’s harmless, kind of cute.
Is Google our new “God? ” It’s a question I raised in my book, The Church in an Age of Crisis. But I wasn’t the first to raise it.
One of the problems with celebrity pastors is that it’s very difficult to draw a line between advancing the gospel and advancing the preacher.
Lowborn reflects the corners Anberlin has explored before. There’s a braid of dynamic aggression that surfaces in varying degrees.