This week was a cosmologist’s dream. A discovery was made that few scientists thought would ever be discovered at all, much less in their lifetime: ripples made in the fabric of the universe following the Big Bang.
The issue isn't really whether we should forgive Mark Driscoll. That's a given. Jesus said to forgive seventy times seven. But should Driscoll continue as a pastor?
The Topeka-Capitol Journal reports Pastor Fred Phelps Sr., founder of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church, is in a Kansas hospice facility.
Some weeks ago I shared three thoughts about submission in marriage. Today I want to expand a bit on the third point, “A husband’s authority over his wife is not absolute.”
Rick Warren shares a great checklist for making sure our hearts are in a place to be used by God.
Do you recall the tower of Babel? Well we’re rebuilding it, only this time we are not using bricks and mortar, but silicon chips and genetic engineering.
In only one year, Pope Francis' work ethic has become legendary.
Ambition has become something of a dirty word in our day.
Let’s face it. Not every message, every song, every service will be spectacular. Brothers, we are not hype-machines.
How Jesus prepared his disciples for life as a misunderstood minority
One great example of motivating a team during crisis comes from the writings of David in Psalm 3. At the time of this writing, it is believed that David was hiding out from his own son Absalom. His encouragement kept his troops focused and gave them strength they needed in desperate times.
The Lord calls His people to a total commitment—whatever the cost and whatever the outcome.
We either live by the letter of the law, which kills the soul, or we live by the Spirit, which gives life (2 Cor 3:6).
The Detroit, Michigan native from the inner city sought to deliver a message of unity. He urged American citizens to stand on the Judeo-Christian values rooted in the nation's history.
There is little doubt that the religious story of our day is the rise of the “nones,” the religiously unaffiliated, in the United States.
In various countries around the world, homosexuals are being beaten and even killed with their governments’ approval. For example, in Nigeria, a recent law criminalizing homosexuality provides punishments, like whippings, to men who are caught having homosexual relations.