October is National Infant and Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month. Here are some Biblical tips for navigating grief after pregnancy loss.
Here are three reasons we're so addicted to our smartphones.
July 25, 2017: A recent letter from the Vatican reminded the world's Catholic bishops of a rule mandating the use of wheat gluten for the celebration of the Eucharist, a Christian liturgical service
July 18, 2017: Evangelical theologian John Piper has said that for married couples, a healthy sex life is a "weapon against Satan" because it "may free the mind for prayer and triumph over
July 11, 2017: A decade after his death, Jerry Falwell Sr. is an enormously influential figure in American politics still today.
July 3, 2017: On the anniversary of America's independence, the abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass made a biblical Psalm - Psalm 137 - best known for its opening line, "By the Rivers of
June 23, 2017: What exactly is moral outrage?
June 23, 2017: In a culture obsessed with image and social media, which Kingdom are you building?
June 16, 2017: Here are five tips for a thriving, godly marriage
Taking down Confederate Memorials is only a first step, say two scholars.
Given the striking resemblances between the former and present first ladies, is there hope for another Camelot?
You will not regret the time you invest in your marriage.
It has been described as a searing of the soul, a rending of the heart. C. S. Lewis aptly called it a "problem." And yet the Bible says that there is no such thing as a Christian without it: Pain.
In our culture where we uphold looking sophisticated and successful as the highest ideal, there are any number of ways to look like a fool and be noticed.
An award-winning professional artist who was recently diagnosed with a syndrome that causes him to lose his sight shares how to face adversity with grace and strength.
The world seems to be witnessing increasing levels of violence, fear and hatred that challenge us each day. There are ongoing debates about how or whether to welcome immigrants and refugees to the
For Christians, the questions about building the border wall or permitting immigrants and refugees into the United States involve a host of associated considerations not just about the specifics of
It was years ago when I was speaking at an openly and avowedly atheistic institution that I was fascinated by a questioner who asked what on earth I meant by the term God. The city was Moscow; the
Since the beginning of Christendom, Christians have disagreed. They’ve disagreed about doctrines and politics, social and personal questions, and the list could go on. Our day is no different. Much
As people are preparing for Inauguration Day---some with rejoicing, others in seeming sackcloth and ashes---one fact becomes clear: amid all of the performance rejections and media criticism
A new year is just another number on the page, but it stands for something much deeper: that we serve a God of fresh starts and new beginnings. I can still recall my first day as a student at Fuller
Texans wading through water that covers prized possessions. Floridians fleeing a hurricane that is wider than their state. Forecasts of apocalyptic wind and waves. Wildfires filling the west coast with smoke. An earthquake rocks Mexico. Buildings collapse. Tsunamis threaten.
August 10, 2017: In ancient Mesopotamia (roughly modern Iraq), eclipses were in fact regarded as omens, as signs of things to come.
June 29, 2017: A brief look through the history of social media shows us that dark behaviors are neither unique to Facebook nor something new to today's users.
June 11, 2017: How much does the "Johnson Amendment" actually infringe on religious freedom?
Christians have a duty and they are responsible. Yes, we can make this world a better place---not by putting our trust in political action, but by acting politically from our trust in our God.
Anger's not a sin unless it's unjustified and uncontrolled and God is never out of control or uses His anger without justification