Recently, God showed me that it's time to let go of bitterness against the church.
A lot of personal growth came from hard times and learning to deal with the consequences of my bad choices.
Laziness is a sin. The fact is, however, that many of us have some lazy tendencies when it comes to leadership. I do at times. This is as much an inward reflecting post as an outward teaching.
Extraordinary stories about the massive number of Muslims converting to Christ are appearing around the world.
We have become a nation of “more is better.” But I often don’t consider the true and total cost of “more.”
While Scripture is clear that good will triumph, it also says evil will win its share of battles. Second Kings 3 records a war event where evil won.
Female-fantasy revenge tale that often feels like a shameless retread, saved only by a bit of inspired comedic casting in Mann and Diaz.
The opposite of love is not hate, it’s fear. Fear is the greatest thief of our life, and no stranger to us as single parents.
Matt Perman talks about how make your work life and desire for productivity serve others for the glory of God.
All told, No Other Name lives up to its name as a sincere, worthwhile celebration of Christ.
The caricature is so tired it’s wearisome to even bring it up, but it’s so prevalent, we must: “If you emphasize evangelism, you must not be doing discipleship.” This is such a patently ridiculous idea it’s almost not worth spending energy to dismiss.
We all have a response style to stress. Most often, these patterns are destructive and create more problems than they solve.
A chapterless Bible project has taken Kickstarter by storm and racked up huge support. What’s going on?
What's the difference between paying with debit and credit? It's all plastic, right? Matt Bell explains the difference.
Since infertility affects 7.3 million people in the U.S., or one in eight couples, assisted reproductive technology is a tremendous medical advance. It raises enormous ethical questions, however.
Unattached? Here are 9 great tips for thriving in your singleness.
Consummate storyteller Dean Koontz does it again with a hauntingly beautiful story of a young boy growing up in the sixties.
Begins with several forced, tasteless jokes before settling into a familiar but not unpleasant story which the lead actors carry well.
I was faking forgiveness as best I could. I tried to control situations and circumstances as "preventative" measures for this man of God I'd married. And while I liked to think it was all for him, it was actually because I was terrified of losing my fairytale. My Christian fairytale.