I want to do the right things. I want to do the right things for the right reasons. In fact, I want to do the best things for the best reasons, the highest things for the highest reasons. Sometimes I know I do this. Sometimes I know I don’t. Most of the time I’m just not sure.
the story of another Christian’s life often lifts our eyes from our own ministries and circumstances to see something bigger
Like David, we must refuse the desire to see our enemies humiliated.
I think everyone who is able should consider homeschooling their child. There, I said it.
The Supreme Court of the United States is set to hand down a set of decisions this summer that could advance a cultural and political shift in the way marriage is defined in this country. Is your church ready for this?
It’s interesting the different music styles played in different restaurants these days ...
The horrendous one-another ministry of Job’s so-called “counselors” is a bad example for us to recognize and learn from, but definitely not follow.
I admire Batterson's desire to pray boldly and love his call to more prayer, better prayer, more audacious prayer. Yet so much of what he teaches is sub-biblical, extra-biblical or just plain unbiblical.
You can be both radical and faithful at the same time. And you can do it without disparaging your fellow Christians.
When faced with tragedies such as the tornadoes in Oklahoma, people tend to ask, "Where was God?" This blog was originally released following hurricane Sandy in 2012.
Overeating is a life-dominating sin, and it has a strong influence over your life.
If Isaac Watts is known as the father of English hymnody, William Williams (1717-1791) is considered by many to be the father of Welsh hymnody.
One city. Three senior pastors of megachurches. And in just a six month period, three moral failures.
Attending your local gospel-preaching church may not seem like a big deal. But it really is and here's the reason why
Suicide is one of the most horrific manifestations of the pain and sorrow that sin has brought into our world.
It’s easy to talk about “unity within the church” as long as we’re talking in the abstract. However, what do you do when a Christian brother or sister offends you or sins against you? Do you “write them off” and go your separate ways? I submit this is often the easier choice, but Jesus and the standards of his kingdom rule do not permit us to do so.
Got your attention with the title, didn’t I? At least, the attention of a number of you who consider it a hot topic.