If God wanted us to be perfect, I think He would have made us perfect.
So many feel that much of their lives have been wasted. Is there hope that a promise originally made to the people of Israel can be applied to us today? Yes, says Pastor Colin Smith.
There is a sense where the church used to be the patron of the arts. But somewhere along the line we kind of got screwed up and we began to give the arts back to the world.
God told Abraham He was a shield to him. Have you allowed Him to be your shield too?
Sometimes we can overlook others’ sins. At other times we must address them. Here are 6 questions I have found helpful to ask myself when I find myself in conflict...
Is our leadership more like art or cluttered advertisement? God wants leaders -- real people -- who are fully alive, not just functionally performing.
A survey finds that millennials value their smartphones more than deodorant.
That’s the question that occurred to me after viewing the trailer for “Seventh-Gay Adventists,” a documentary about homosexuals in the church. The answer I gave on a Facebook page promoting the film was as follows...
“Evangelical” has become something of a dirty word in today’s culture. To be labeled an evangelical Christian is to be called a hatemonger.
For Christians, there is perhaps no topic more divisive than homosexuality. Recent years have seen a large shift in how society views same-sex relationships.
HELP! Someone I Love has Cancer is a very good resource.
Victims of traumatic gunshot wounds, stabbings, or otherwise life-threatening injuries may now have a chance at life. That is, as long as they don’t mind being involuntarily allowed to ‘die’ first.
Discouraged thinking "Maybe it's not meant to be? Here are 5 steps to take when your dreams stall.
Rooting Yourself in Christ - Part of the Summer Refreshment Series
God made you to be an influencer of the world around you...
Comfort is even more a hindrance than poverty when it comes to caring for ‘the least of these.’’”
Sociologist Peter Berger, among many others, has long suggested that the modern world is being shaped by three deep and fast-moving cultural currents: secularization, pluralization and privatization.
The beautiful art of comparison leaves of dry, empty, and always wanting more.