What does it really mean when Pew Research Center classifies a group as “non-practicing Christians”?
By Jake Raabe
Pastoring with the next pastor in mind is done within the context of the biblical belief that the head of the church is Christ. The church does not belong to a pastor (or the membership).
By Ross Shelton
We feed the hopelessness the world feels when we respond with words but without actions.
By Smith Getterman
I didn’t know what to pray for, and, if I am honest, in that moment I wasn’t sure God heard my cries anyway. I had come to the end of my strength, but God had not left me alone.
By Zac Harrel
Being made to care for things that we did not voluntarily give to invites us to see the value of a need independent of whether we care about that need.
By Myles Werntz
The fruit of progressive holiness shows the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, and, without this fruit, we should examine our hearts.
Why does God get in our way and frustrate our best-laid plans with all this confusing and inconvenient morality?
By Jack Wyman
I am concerned that interpretations of the Bible have been used to promote an ideology which says women are expected to return to their abusive husbands, submit and pray.
By Meredith Stone
We often teach our kids about “stranger danger,” but that threat is minimal. The greater threat to children comes from their own home and family.
By Micah Titterington
Why do pastors burnout, and what can a pastor do who’s feeling the effects of burnout?
If Texas expands gambling, public schools will be hurt, not helped.
By Rodger Weems
Though talks about racial reparations have become more common in our day, can the church adequately combat racism without first attempting to “decolonize” our narrative?
By Bobby Martinez