I believed in God, sure. But it took meeting a true disciple to realize how wrong I’d been.
The next Christian witness will look more like the “unchurched” than the “churched.”
A homily from the pope on why thinking only Christians can do good is not Christlike.
As evangelicals, we need to reclaim the Great Commandment and Great Commission.
Shame is very much a ubiquitous, usually invisible scourge in American culture.
Three ways missionaries can engage the existing culture rather than replacing it.
Both Jews and Christians argue about who they accept into their respective camps.
What Aretha Franklin, Lecrae, and “Left Behind” teach us about engaging “Christian art.”
Where do evangelicals draw the line between artistic interpretation of the Bible and blatant disrespect?
The supposed children’s movie is replete with worldview references for those willing to pay attention.
We recoiled at Richard Sherman’s post-game outburst on national television. We should have embraced the opportunity for true Reality.
If we are serious about stopping abortion, we must be serious about engaging people.