I think most of us can agree that Christmas time is the best time of the year. Peppermint everything, snowflakes galore, radio stations filled with the cheeriest of tunes, an…
“Everyday, I’m hustling.” “Hustle until you no longer have to introduce yourself.” “Good things come to those who hustle.” Whether on coffee mugs at Target or on a Pinterest graphic…
Let’s face it; we live in an unusual time and generation. The majority of individuals I know have adopted a cynicism toward where our values and standards as a society…
“How can you say you love people if you are constantly trying to convert them?” This objection crops up a lot when it comes to interfaith dialogue—and often, it’s Christians who pose the question. So, what do we do with it? Is it possible to authentically love a person and still desire to see them come to Christ, or does a commitment to evangelism automatically lead us to view other people as nothing more than projects?
We have strong ideas about what it means to be a Christian—how our faith should play itself out in everything from church, worship and prayer to service, politics and culture. But we also know God created us each to be completely, amazingly unique. Our columnist Kristin Tennant grapples with this seeming disparity and then helps you get practical about your own uniqueness in this world.
Marcus Hathcock on Holy Saturday and how waiting for the resurrection builds faith.
Casey Hobbs wonders about the meaning of the claim that Jesus descended into hell and the implications of God experiencing our godlessness.
Esther Baird illustrates the connection between Jesus appearing to Mary in the garden and Adam and Eve’s failure in the Garden of Eden.
Richard Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., explains how the Lenten season prepares us to fulfill the mission of the gospel.
Akshay Rajkumar writes about meeting his wife, subverting the stereotypes of love and marriage and how conflict keeps their relationship strong.
Curt Devine comments on the tendency to compare a relationship with Jesus to a relationship with a significant other.
Ryan Stillwater writes about what Jesus meant when He said He would not tolerate lukewarm faith.