Have you ever noticed how culture glorifies multi-tasking and busyness? Lately, it seems we’re trying to accomplish more than ever in shorter and shorter periods of time. We buy faster and more efficient technology and install apps on our phones in the hopes of getting ahead.
Earlier this month, Sarah Bessey posted an article detailing why she enjoyed going to church.
The idea that young adults are abandoning their faith in droves may be widely accepted but isn't fully accurate.
The Oneida Indian Nation's campaign against the Washington pro football club's team name picked up new supporters this week when more than two dozen clergy in the Washington region committed to taking the fight to their pulpits.
There can be little doubt that what began as a graduate project of two 20-something Stanford students is now shaping the world. But how?
If your God isn’t bigger than your problems, maybe you need to trade him in for the God of the Bible.
We keep getting surprised by our sin, but it can happen to any of us. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
A new report reaffirms what we all know: gambling adversely affects the least of these
Sometimes, a controversy can be revealing – not because of the issues directly involved in the controversy, but because of the way people engage in debate.
At a recent conference, MacArthur claimed the success of the Charismatic movement comes from the "kingdom of darkness."
Part of our problem is well-meaning but biblically uninformed Christians.
A recent business article caught my attention, lamenting the lack of discipline people have toward their work. And this can be just as true of the spiritual life.
When I was in college, I read a survey posted by a Sociology major titled, Terrible Travels.
People across the United States are finding out what it means for their life when the government shuts down. But what if churches shut down?
The importance of living and expressing gratitude
Last week I spoke four times at Dallas Seminary on the theme "All Things for Good."
October is Clergy Appreciation Month, a time when Christians are encouraged to express gratitude to their pastors, ministers and leaders.
Even to the end, Chuck Smith never stopped working, and he changed the way Evangelicals think about worship and the church.