On Tuesday I voted in Illinois’ primary. No, I’m not going to tell you who I voted for, but a few weeks ago I…
The bodily resurrection is the good news of the gospel—and thus our social and political mandate.
Why do Christians worship on Sunday? The Sunday school answer, if you will forgive the cliché, is that Jesus was resurrected on Sunday; therefore,…
The pattern is predictable. A few thousand young church leaders gather at a warm climate resort for two and a half days to have…
Are you building your life around Christian principles or around the person of Christ?
The are called by different names. David Kinnaman calls them nomads, prodigals, or exiles, depending on their particular flavor. Josh Packard calls them church refugees. Other researchers speak of the de-churched. What they share is a disillusionment with the popular, institutional forms of Christianity. They feel unrepresented by those speaking in Christ’s name in the media, and they carry distrust toward many of the organizations that claim to advance his mission. Not all of the disillusioned have abandoned Christian faith, although that is also happening, but they are searching for a place to belong.
How do we grow in our faith? Does it require some secret knowledge, a lab-tested program, or devoting ourselves to the right priest, pastor, or guru?
How evangelicalism has ended and a new beast has taken its place.
The challenge of a generation that thinks it is morally superior to God.
Those struggling with faith say they want answers, so why doesn’t God provide them?