Learning to be content with little and learning to be content with much are both difficult.
You may be thinking that I got the title backwards: Didn’t the exodus from Egypt come before the exile? It did, but not in Isaiah.
I grew up believing a person would probably reap what they sowed (eventually or eternally), or at least “should.”
How can you handle a cheating or porn-addicted spouse? Is forgiveness even possible?
Swearing has become totally entrenched in our culture, and many Christians worry that it's spreading into the church.
In a recent column for CNN, Rachel Held Evans offers some thoughts on “why millennials are leaving the church.” Her post struck a chord with readers. But my analysis differs from Rachel's...
While we don't have a ton of college students, the largest percentage of our growth at Redeemer comes from the millennial generation. Here's what they're saying...
I am glad I have daughters. They are strong and smart and serene. They are not afraid of your sons. And neither am I.
The Christian church has withstood centuries of violence, voices, and opposition, so are evangelical bloggers missing the mark?
What is meant to be a family-friendly comedy sadly becomes a big blue blunder and waste of studio money.
Tithing can be murky waters for believers, especially when we're buried in debt. Is there just one biblical answer to the question?
Going along your day when something knocks you for a loop? What do you do when the rug gets pulled out from beneath you?
Are you in a spiritual rut? Here are a few practical tips to breathe new life and vigor back into your devotional life.
Art is everywhere. Yet few can explain why certain movies, books, plays, and songs resonate so profoundly. Jerram Barrs, author of Echoes of Eden, leads us to consider how truly great art depicts what God calls true, beautiful, and good, spiritually awakening us to hunger for redemption.
It’s been the message I’ve received from all around: “Real men don’t cry. Not in public, anyway.” It’s pride, I’m sure. Pride that flows out of believing a lie.
Belief is not just about seeing what God does and agreeing; it’s a heart condition.
Phil “the Duck Commander” Robertson is an entertainer who looks like Moses and jokes like Bill Cosby. But having a quick wit isn’t a bad thing when the message is sin, righteousness, and judgment.
- July 30, 2013 |
Following the April suicide of their son, Rick and Kay Warren have a new purpose for Saddleback Church: removing the stigma of mental illness from churches.
- July 30, 2013 |