I don’t like devotionals, so I decided to write one.
Religious freedom is a human right not an evangelical privilege.
As the people of Christ we are called to faith, not fear, and we are called to sacrificial love, not self-preservation. As Henri Nouwen wrote, “Fear engenders fear. It never gives birth to love.” Surely there is a third path that follows in the steps of Jesus; I will call it The Naaman Option.
If you have had enough church for a lifetime, if you are just about “done,” me too.
Apple has released a new version of the iPhone to help us find more ways to ignore one another.
We live in a work obsessed culture, but Christ calls us to rest from our labors so we can return to our work with renewed focus.
The culture is obsessed with it, and the church doesn’t talk about it.
How pop Christianity’s inability to say “I don’t know” is keeping us from experiencing God.
Dublin’s archbishop called the vote to legalize same sex marriage a “reality check” for the church in Ireland. It should be one for the U.S. religious right as well.
Do advocates of “biblical manhood” get their vision of masculinity from Scripture or from our culture?