Is Google our new “God? ” It’s a question I raised in my book, The Church in an Age of Crisis. But I wasn’t the first to raise it.
One of the problems with celebrity pastors is that it’s very difficult to draw a line between advancing the gospel and advancing the preacher.
Lowborn reflects the corners Anberlin has explored before. There’s a braid of dynamic aggression that surfaces in varying degrees.
Yes, you can teach your young children without a curriculum. Here are five tools to get you started.
Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.
A pastor offers several cautions when making a decision on how to educate, whether in a public, private or home environment.
Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are back in an all new VeggieTales adventure, and this time there’s a new vegetable in town.
By the time I got neck-deep in college, I knew my mission: to prove there was no God. So, can past atheism help Christians have a stronger faith? One trending blog post says it can.
If any of these statements ring true for you, it may be time to seek easier and more profitable ways to manage your money.
How does our style of dress effect the men in our lives? I want you to hear from the guys themselves.
Many young men seem to fear dating. Should they "man up"? Or is something more at play, here?
I look forward to the changing seasons, but I'm overwhelmed at the terrifying fashions bombarding me from the store racks.
Christian blogger and speaker Jen Wilkin helps us get back to a foundational understanding of why we study the Bible and what Bible study looks like.
Feminism as a socio-political movement has a lot of baggage. Now that women can vote, is there even a need for it anymore?
The opening bursts with a rare synthesis of music and unusual imagery that looks like the beginning of a memorable film. It doesn't last.
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.