What if "policies" and old beliefs are keeping us from enjoying God's best today?
Does a broken relationship mean our stories aren't beautiful anymore? What the world needs isn't a pain-free version of our stories. It longs to see beauty in the broken.
In the minds of many observers, IS is the most significant threat we've seen since 9/11. Now is the time for Christians to pray for spiritual awakening to continue and escalate in the Islamic world.
This week, Christian singer Vicky Beeching announced that she is gay. Should we stop singing her songs in church?
Soul-loneliness is our modern sad epidemic. Because we're all soul-hungry, nothing is more soul-filling than to be known.
While the job of being a shark diver is certainly dangerous, there is one filled with far greater, more permanent danger.
My heart is heavy. I cannot shake the images of children, blindfolded on their knees, hands bound behind them and guns pointed at their heads. Lambs to the slaughter.
Old comments from a 2012 blog post are threatening to undo everything this Christian couple has worked to achieve.
Humility seems to be at the very heartbeat of Jesus. To be like Jesus is to be humble.
Elizabeth Esther is quick to point out that forgiveness isn’t always such a cut and dry process, even for Christians.
Is Google our new “God? ” It’s a question I raised in my book, The Church in an Age of Crisis. But I wasn’t the first to raise it.
They are the heroes of a million stories, the subject of a thousand documentaries. Why are they so fascinating? I have a few ideas.
Some people are blessed with a family that is supportive emotionally, financially, and even spiritually. For others, this has never been their reality. But I still believe there is a God out there who is taking action.
Jesus confronted Saul of Tarsus on the way to commit violence, and turned him around, using him to carry the gospel to all of us. And the Lord can do the same now.
ISIS militants are placing on the homes of known Christians a letter “N” for “Nazarene,” identifying those who follow Jesus of Nazareth. Perhaps it’s a good time to reflect on why Nazareth matters, to all of us.
Have you ever heard the loss of sexual purity compared to chewed-up gum? This is wrong-focused, writes Debra Fileta.
Christians are not only called to repentance but are also called to call others to repentance. This is often one of the hardest tasks in the Christian life.