A more or less uncomfortable viewing experience depending on your tolerance for pranks, put-downs and a barrage of bad language.
- March 23, 2014 |
Church is a quirky thing. I love the Church and yet I have wrestled with the Church...especially when it comes to being single.
With my debt growing larger, I had to accept I had an identity crisis: I was trying to buy my self worth with things, not God.
In our society, it seems like no one has enough time. At least, that's the main reason people say they don't study the Bible. But if you pay attention, you probably have more time than you realize.
May be for you if you enjoy deciphering the inner workings of the subconscious, but be prepared to explore some very dark places.
What I learned from a visit to the set of the biblical epic Noah, directed by Darren Aronofsky.
Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.
Sometimes the best way to handle frustrations is just to have a good laugh.
As with many modern adaptations, much is lost in translation for those who haven't read the books. But those who have should be pleased.
Another star-studded affair that’s also very, very funny, equally showcasing the talents of comedic actors and creative puppeteers.
For every person who may have responded to these sign-holding, awkwardly-timed evangelists, there are thousands of others who immediately think Christians are weird.
Marie Osborne recently confessed, “My name is Marie, and I'm a stay-at-home mom with three kids. And hired help."
Wouldn't it be nice if life consisted only of pleasant surprises, not the disappointing ones? Yet therein lies the true test of faith.
"For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities... have been clearly seen..." (Romans 1: 20). When was the last time you wondered if spring would ever come?
Jamie Grace felt like a breath of fresh air when she released her debut in 2011. For her sophomore offering, Grace proves her debut was far more than a fluke or a short-term phenomenon.
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?
Christians sometimes shy away from Jesus’ call to assert the truth about faith – especially when talking about controversial issues.
There are 164.8 million needy children in the world. If 8% of Christians would care for one more child, that number would disappear.