In our might-makes-right world and in a culture where being loud is better than being true, we have an amazing opportunity to show the beauty of the gospel in our weakness.
By Zac Harrel
Smartphones allow us to access our Bibles at any time, but do they actually distract us more than focus us in worship and in life?
By Francisco J. Morillo-Velarde Lozano
How should Christians respond when American nationalism is preached from evangelicals with political power?
By Smith Getterman
Where can we find and begin teaching others to find the work of God’s grace in the lives of people — all people, even those with whom we disagree?
By Ryan Vanderland
Evangelicals have existed far longer than the Republican party. Evangelicals exist in a myriad of countries other than the United States.
By Jake Raabe
Can we discuss the end times for a moment?
By John Whitten
Pastor Zac Harrel wrestles with a problem that’s not just relegated to pastors: How do we overcome needing the approval of man over the approval of God?
For Pastor Jason Dunton, a picture of a hoped-for, promised childhood Christmas gift illustrates what we were all given at Christmas so long ago.
By Jason Dunton
In this moment of reckoning, let us become a people who stand for respect, equality and partnership and who stand against objectification, oppression and entitlement.
By Meredith Stone
What does Clark Griswold’s tirade at the end of ‘Christmas Vacation’ tell us about the real story of Christmas?
By Myles Werntz
We need another look at Scripture, and more than a passing glance that dismisses new or unfamiliar readings. Look at the way God’s Spirit acts through the ministry of women in the Bible.
By Garrett Vickrey
Near Waco’s booming downtown sits The Divine Servant, a sculpture of Jesus washing Peter’s feet, that reminds Craig Nash of the real definition of power.
By Craig Nash