As compelling as it has the potential to be, Promised Land is weighed down by a lack of subtlety and a heavy-handed agenda.
- April 24, 2013 |
Just three of the claims of the papacy come into sharp contrast with any claim to humility. Why are evangelicals raising up this man as an example of virtue?
To the names of Timothy McVeigh and Theodore Kaczynski we can now add the Tsarnaev brothers. Their story is the worst-case scenario in the struggle against terrorism.
There are four specific areas where my husband and I have dug deep emotionally and spiritually to find the treasure in this season of waiting.
When it’s time to settle down with a book, there’s nothing quite so satisfying as a good mystery novel.
We cannot wait until our teens face peer pressure and expect them to know how to handle something they aren’t prepared for.
If you’re looking for a new devotional book about prayer that’s full of inspiring stories, you’ll probably enjoy 10 Prayers You Can’t Live Without by Rick Hamlin.
If it is true that Jesus paid it all, that “it is finished”, that my value, worth, security, freedom, justification, and so on is forever fixed, then why do anything?
6 ways to help your future college student graduate without owing a penny.
We tend to forget that God never promises us happy endings until we get to Heaven, which is really more of a glorious beginning.
Sometimes as believers, I think we need to learn the battles to fight and the ones to let go. It seems to me that many believers (people) are always looking for a fight.
Ever had your best intentions fail? 5 Practices for living out of God's best instead of your best
If you’re a parent, I’m guessing you’re well aware of how challenging that can be. Even the statistics bear out the struggle we face. The exact percentages are up for debate, but we know that a significant number of kids walk out the church doors after high school graduation and never return. Why?
A spouse who is willing to take any necessary steps to regain trust is more trustworthy than someone prideful, closed and resistant.
Abortion is not a new issue. It wasn’t even particularly novel in the first century. In fact, various ways of causing an abortion had been in use for a long time before Christ walked the earth. But what did the earliest Christians think of such practices?
Here's my response to a question I received from "A Stressed Dad.'
In days of such uncertainty when any public event can become a tragedy, how should we respond?
“My husband’s ex-wife attacks us frequently in front of the kids and manipulates them constantly. How do we deal with this?”
Christians are rightly and necessary concerned about leadership, but many Christians seem to aim no higher than secular standards and visions of leadership.