Godly wisdom is marked by knowing our own frailty and seeing each day as a gift from the hand of God, a gift of his grace.
By Zac Harrel
True conservatives rally around our public schools as the primary vehicles for perpetuating civil society, strengthening our economy and ensuring continued leadership in the world.
By Charles Foster Johnson
If we must fear, let it be fear of betraying our Lord and being found wanting in the last days, not fear of refugees and other immigrants who wish to join us.
By Myles Werntz
“America first” is not a concept found in the Bible. “Christ first” is what Scripture teaches us to base all our decisions on.
By Jake Raabe
Dante Wright, pastor of the Pinnacle of Praise in Round Rock, pens a farewell letter to President Obama.
By Dante Wright
When it comes to ministry, the higher the tech, the lower the touch, Houston pastor Steve Bezner explains.
By Steve Bezner
Despite recent trends that cast “evangelical” as a political label, columnist Jake Raabe intends to continue to identify himself that way—for historical and theological reasons.
God gives each of us a calling, a unique way to be a part of God’s purposes. God can lead us to discover that calling, and God can guide us in finding ways to express that calling—both through work and all that makes up who we are.
By Meredith Stone
Here’s a shock: If you’re proud of how hard you try to follow Jesus, you may be a Pharisee.
In addition to idolizing money, celebrity and power, evangelical Christians have practiced a “new idolatry” of disregarding the personal character of conservative political leaders.
By Patrick Adair
Please don’t forget the importance of local churches. They are outposts of the kingdom of God in Texas. Abandoned outposts will come under attack and eventually turn into museums.
By James Hassell
A healthy, growing church doesn’t come out of subscribing to a particular brand of Christian theology, but from having a theology that is Christian in the first place.