Do church leaders really love us, or do they want to use us? Plus, the gap between what’s preached and what’s heard.
Not everyone leaving the church is leaving the faith, and they’re not all leaving for the same reasons.
Christians will often say, “We’re all sinners.” But the way we operate often communicates something else. Within church communities there
Last year during the presidential campaign, an interesting trend was observed. The Christian segment of the population once believed to
Princesses scare me. It isn’t their volatile behavior, creepy step-mothers, or the ferocious fire-breathing beasts that often accompany them that
[NOTE: This post originally appeared on The Washington Post‘s “On Faith” website.] Governmental, religious, and cultural leaders on all sides
Julia Duin has written a really insightful piece in The Washington Times about the religious questions being asked by this
Scott Nehring has an article at Relevant asking a great question: why are Christian movies so bad? He describes Christian
Do you believe your work matters to God? That question has been on my mind as I prepare a sermon