If I simply wanted to ignite a passion in someone for a subject what would the top five be for various areas if all I wanted to do was turn them on, through reading, to that area?
Donald Sterling has been fined 2.5 million dollars over hurtful and racist comments recently leaked to the public.
Why Christians should care about the racist comments of an NBA owner
The Bible gives clear direction on how to deal with such matters. The problem is often that people don't want to do what the Bible says.
Heaven is big at the box office. Hell, not so much.
The Holy Spirit is the “Agent of Change” in counseling.
Books like this will always prove a disappointment. The author won’t say what we should expect or exactly when we should expect it. Just that "something big is going to happen."
Many want a prophetic witness that will spin the situation to look favorable, regardless of whether that favor is from the Lord or in touch with reality.
Although many are harmed by a husband’s struggle with pornography, no one is harmed more than his wife. How does a pastor care and counsel a wife who has been harmed by her husband’s struggle.
A recent story in the news brings into question the school system's ability to exercise authority when they are unable to deliver appropriate consequences for willful defiance.
The New York Times ran an interesting opinion piece this weekend: “Raising a Moral Child.”
Deconstructing a misguided idea
Jesus has a "wife" or bride—the church. You are his "bride," and he is your eternal "husband."
It started in December, when Focus on the Family first began running “Irreplaceable” trailers in cinemas across the nation. The trailer – which you can watch on YouTube – was benign, a collection of clips with a voiceover of host Tim Sisarich asking what happened to the belief in traditional family. What happened to the view that a man and woman should marry, raise children and remain committed for a lifetime?
Sometimes prayer can feel like a waste of time. Surely I’m not the only one who feels like this. But then I read quotes like the this one by Martin Luther.
Pastor Bill and his wife Lisa had a growing church and a good marriage, but something was wrong. For over six months Bill felt tired much of the time.
We’ve lost some of our civility when it comes to what we post on social media. We are quick to blast a company that we feel has wronged us. It all has to hurt our witness as Christians. Here are some ways we can be “less mean” online.
I’ve recently done two funerals. It’s had me thinking about a question someone said we should ask ourselves: What do you want people to say about you at your funeral?