Here’s how to be missional: move “into the neighborhood,” stay there, and care for the people.
The problem with treating a relationship with Jesus as a means to an end and not an end itself.
Churches should reconsider the (painful) messages they (unintentionally) send singles.
Your life as a new convert will be all grace, love . . . and awkward situations?
Can these centuries-old guidelines still speak to our technologically driven lives?
We have to stop substituting the joy of real friendship with cheap imitations.
We must stop telling LGBT youth they’re inherently unworthy of intimate relationship.
Five reasons to claim the experiential, creative, communal nature of Christian scripture.
Stop looking for your future husband and look for a date instead.
Does using a housecleaner make me a bad feminist?
A potential convert faces telling her family about the decision.
This week, Laura advises a pregnant woman in pursuit of a job and a religion writer in search of money.
This week, Laura tackles what to do about annoying — and persistent — neighbors, and offers some dating advice.
The 9-5 life can be a grind. But do you know what else can be a grind? Everything.
Much of what culture teaches us about relationships is pretty off base from a Christian perspective.