We are just links in the great chain of God’s purposes.
As Solomon warned, "Of making many books there is no end." There is no way to read everything, and not everything deserves to be read.
At the beginning of a new year, it may be worth praying that a new cultural trend will accompany the new calendar.
"This year I’ve decided to get serious about getting out of debt. What are some tangible ways I can make real progress?"
One fallen man's humble prognostications about the New Year
Sometimes I get anxious when I think about all that I should be doing. I want to be a fruitful Christian but I worry that I’m missing something. How can I be sure that I’m doing the right stuff at the right time?
Poverty is one of the Bible's main topics. So, we must address it regularly from the pulpit. But let's do so with full awareness of how difficult the task is.
Earlier this year, Robert Treskillard’s debut novel Merlin’s Blade marked a fresh entry into the canon of King Arthur literature.
I make a plan every January to ensure I don't end the year in the same place, spiritually, as I was when the year started.
If a father is first in his family to become a follower of Jesus, 93% of the time his family will follow suit. Wow. What influence!
On the day of Pentecost, the disciples' confusion turned to conviction.
What's the first step in saving your family? Create more family time.
To no one's surprise, Pope Francis was TIME's Person of the Year for 2013, but my "person of the year" is Billy Graham.
When every part of a human is working as it was designed to work by God, then a man is happy.
I'm not an expert on marriage and by some standards I'm still a rookie. But I have learned a few things in these ten wonderful years.
I’ve had more conversations about corporate worship than I care to remember; not because I don’t like talking about worship but because I’m out of step.
This is the time to recap the year that was. But how do you really get a twelve-month snapshot of a culture’s zeitgeist? I would argue for two words: “Google searches.”
We all know God hates divorce – mainly because of the pain that ripples out of it. Still it's inevitable.
Boredom is a relatively new concept. In the eighteenth century, no one was bored. There was no time or energy to be bored.