What does an ant do? Works hard, is able to carry its own body weight, and works together for the good of the community.
Is religious liberty being cast aside in the name of sexual liberty? What President Obama's executive order may mean for Christian colleges and institutions.
A magnificent experiment that succeeds in a fashion so spectacular that not even the most dazzling CGI-driven popcorn movie can match it.
“Always on, always here for you.” It’s a great slogan for a radio station…but not for a ministry leader.
Is our leadership more like art or cluttered advertisement? God wants leaders -- real people -- who are fully alive, not just functionally performing.
If I could give a gift to a mom who is launching her first business, it would be the ability to see herself through the eyes of Christ.
You, too, may have heard it all your life: God is in complete control of everything. But, oh how that rubs when life hurts.
Attention, romance readers: this one has it all. Nice girl heroine, hot-but-honorable hero, exotic locale, family drama, great food, the works.
Evangelism is not a natural activity. But many times, we shrink back from witnessing because we think of it in terms of confrontation rather than conversation.
If you haven't yet begun to find ways to save more money and improve your finances, now is certainly the time to spring into action.
True repentance has corroborating evidence. Perhaps the best way to learn what genuine repentance looks like is by examining the opposite: a counterfeit. In 2 Kings we find one in King Joram.
To the Celtic soul, God could be seen as revealing himself in every occurrence of life. And this presence, perceived and looked for in everyday life, was deeply personal.
Watch out, single people; it’s wedding season. You know what that means. But are we losing sight of what's most important?
In this brief video, Dr. Michael Lawrence, pastor of Hinson Church in Portland, Oregon, summarizes the biblical and historical reasons why Christians need to regularly pray for the persecuted church. In addition to making a passionate appeal to join the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, pastor Lawrence explains how he leads his local church to pray specifically and regularly for the persecuted church year round.
As the flimsiness of the story becomes all too apparent, viewers may be wondering how much more they'll be able to endure.
Our words of correction can be very sweet—the very thing God uses to renew the faith of weary saints. But our words can be unhelpful and hurtful, too. We need wisdom to know when to correct and when to overlook.
The beginning of a new year is so full of possibilities. I personally love this time of year because I always love a fresh start.
Every pastor who still wants to be in the ministry five years from now needs to take a day or two off each quarter to hit “refresh.”
Transitioning from single to married requires a change of mindset that often produces bitter disappointments.