Brady Boyd invites Christians to slow down and discover the rest and peace of Jesus.
- October 16, 2014 |
Proverbs opens on a battlefield of a young man’s life, where competing voices are vying for his heart. Their speeches present him—and us—with a choice.
My marriage is heading for divorce. Unfortunately, I feel my situation is atypical, and it's hard to find good advice.
Let’s not overly fear Satan. Halloween for Christians may actually celebrate his undoing.
When a show is called How to Get Away with Murder, you can bet it’s going to contain some things Christian viewers find objectionable.
I believe that in many ways the impoverished are richer than we in the developed world.
When I pray, I think power, praise, and prone. Those three ideas drive the moments I spend prostrate at His throne.
Pastors have a responsibility to shepherd those in their ministries. But what to do when the danger comes from other leaders?
On Wednesday, a headline in The Week caught my eye: "Why do so many liberals despise Christianity?"
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Probably every American school child old enough to study history has heard the little rhyme, "In October, 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue." But what should Christians think about Columbus Day? Is he a historical hero or villain?
Have you noticed how God does things? God is not a technician. God is an Artist. And it's art that moves us.
Imagine a moderate Moses: "Let my people go." "No." "Oh. Very well." A moderate David: "Yep, that giant sure is big."
The culture does not define us. We are spiritual beings first, physical second. God says we are the apple of HIS eye.
Community is not something you find, it is something you build. Community is not something discovered, it is something forged. My point is that all relationships of worth are products of labor.
Grisham-like courtroom melodrama layered with even more familial melodrama is utterly standard in the end, despite the strong male leads.
The words we use have tremendous power. The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue.
What is your child learning in the classroom of your heart?
*The following is an excerpt from the first installment of Dr. White’s latest series at Mecklenburg Community Church, “Man Up.” It will “read” like the oral event it was, but we felt it deserved to be lifted out and sent out as today’s blog. – The Church & Culture Team