Over the last few decades, there has been a religious phenomenon sweeping the nation. This one, though, is not like the ...
Being the Christian parent of an LGBTQ child comes with many challenges, especially during the holidays. Should I ...
I engaged in radical rebellion yesterday — just a little baby bit of rebellion, and then a little bit more today. My ...
I wonder if you have read the remarkable story of the woman who crept up behind Jesus, squeezing through the crowd, far enough for her to reach out and feel the hem of his robe in her hands. Having suffered for years with a bleeding condition, she thought to herself, “If I just touch his clothes, I’ll be healed” (Mark 5: 28). And she was!
Quite frequently I read articles claiming to advance scientific knowledge. Science is the use of observation and experimentation to discover things about the natural universe. The practice of science is supposed to be completely neutral. Scientists run experiments, then neutrally evaluate the results. Whatever the results show is supposed to be recognized as the way natural reality works. There are some situations, though, where the science establishment doesn’t work that way – when the scientis
I was listening to a conversation between N.T. Wright and Kate Bowler on her “Everything Happens” podcast this week, and the closing image they were discussing won’t leave me: Jesus asleep in the bottom of a boat.
The modern world has become a cutthroat place to survive, so it is more than essential for Christian men to stay glued to their roots, faith, and values. Thanks to some excellent publications that offer insight, direction, and motivation for Christian men to survive in this world while staying to their faith and values. It is also essential for them to grow personally, spiritually, and emotionally as Christian men. The six books in this blog help to establish sound relationships leadership skill
Ministry leaders have to lead and serve their congregations, communities, and organizations. Hence, they have special obligations and problems and need to develop strong leadership skills. For this purpose, various leadership books are referred to in this blog article, which can serve as a guide and aid in impacting other people’s lives.
“Should we expect someone else?” John the Baptist, the desert-dwelling New Testament prophet, sent his disciples to ask Jesus this question. From the confines of Herod’s prison cell, he was curious.
You might have heard of the butterfly effect, but I’ve been enamored recently with something I can only dub the “chrysalis effect.” Chrysalis: just a fancy term for a butterfly’s cocoon, the gold pupa that breaks apart to deliver the fluttering wings and buzzing legs and fuzzy body we love to see floating through our flower beds every spring. But there’s a price to be paid inside the chrysalis.