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The natural drift of the church is to turn increasingly inward. The role of its leaders is to keep turning it outward, over and over again, keeping the focus on the mi...
God knows what he is doing even when we don't have a clue.
A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the Internet, music, television, and movies.
A new Florida State University study finds helicopter parenting continues well into young adulthood and can have devastating impacts on college students.
Jesus was born at the right time, in the right place, all by God's plan!
In talking about the pros and cons of “celebrity pastor” culture, my friend Carey Nieuwhof quipped that one thing you’ll never hear is an unchurched person sitting aro...
Healthy relationships require obedience and commitment even when–especially when–it’s hard.
A new Northwestern University study shows that, in the absence of injury, athletes across a variety of sports—including football, soccer, and hockey—have healthier bra...
In this chaotic world, chaotic season, it would seem so perfect to be swept away and become part of the nativity that silent night.
Some words of wisdom are simply unforgettable. Here are five of the most useful bits of preaching advice I’ve ever been given. May they inspire you as well.
An epidemic of vaping by American teenagers shows no signs of stopping, with 2019 data finding more than a quarter (27.5%) of high school students using e-cigarettes.
Jesus offers us so many gifts. But the one we seem to have the hardest time unwrapping is this gift of grace.
Sleep problems, fatigue and attention difficulties in the weeks after a child's concussion injury could be a sign of reduced brain function and decreased grey matter.