It was a pagan world, outside the borders of the accepted disciplines and understandings of civilization. But spiritual. Deeply spiritual. The supernatural was everywhere, in places and days, people and events, filling their lives with images, symbols and ritual.
- March 17, 2014 |
Rick Warren shares a great checklist for making sure our hearts are in a place to be used by God.
At this stage in your life, you may not be able to have a lot of say about your income. But you can take charge of your expenses.
There are many great reversals in Scripture, like Joseph or Paul. But there is none so celebrated as the story of Esther.
How do you know that a homeschool will meet your child’s educational goals AND be recognized by higher learning institutions?
As is often the case, one broken part of a marriage ripples out. James had been unfaithful twice in their twenty-five marriage.
When Natalie Grant walked out during the 2014 Grammy Award’s night last month, she was making a loud statement without saying a word.
Odds are most people wouldn't consider About a Boy worthy of its own TV show, but apparently NBC had other plans.
Even the secular world is worried about pornography. But without the worldview to fight it, they’re at an impasse. This is where the church can help.
I can look back and see the people whom God placed in my life at certain seasons, and how those particular people, with their particular character traits, helped me through that season.
There’s plenty of buzz going around for Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” film, releasing March 28th, both skeptical and encouraging.
Here are a few good tips and suggestions that will make your homeschooling experience more fun and hassle-free.
For any who see the film before reading the exceptional novel it's based on, a helpful tip is not to judge the book by the movie.
Over the past decade, many coffee shop dialogues, reactionary blogs and podium messages on "the church" have come from the youth of my generation. Now adults, and today's church, we've written, spoken, and cried out from a deep, deep well of resentment.
As we celebrate the progress women have made, let’s remember that in certain parts of the world it is still safer to be born a man.
The story of Deborah and Barak is so good they told it twice, once in narrative (Judg 4), and again in poetry (Judg 5). The two versions of the story play off one another in terms of genre, time, and viewpoint.
It may not be glamorous, but we singles can honor God’s ideal of marriage and family with our own sexual morality.
Popular blogger and radio host Matt Walsh has a message for Millennials: It’s time to embrace reality.