Sadly, Sunday worship has fallen on hard times in the United States. Back in 2014, when the Barna Group asked Americans what it was that...
I’ve always been intrigued by the scene in Luke’s Gospel where Mary sat at the feet of Jesus, while Martha busied herself serving him. Martha...
Age-Old Topic Parents have been telling their friends and families about their kids’ misadventures since . . . well, probably as long as there have...
Our idols don’t look like the gods of the Parthenon or stand on the corners of the street. Yet, they stare at us as we...
What does rule-keeping have to do with Christianity? What does this have to do with the gospel?
Death is not a benign friend, but a dreaded foe. How can we trust a God who lets death and tragedy constantly strike us?
Don't Run from Loneliness, Run to God If we will stop our mad dash toward escape—it feels panicky to stop, but if we're willing, and...
As a pastor, part of what I do is deal with wounds, the deep spiritual wounds we all have.
Why Christians have an obligation to pray for their cities.
One would hope that words like coercive, corrupt, and manipulative would never be used to describe church leadership, but sadly that’s not the case. If...
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