Like so many in Texas, I grew up loving football. It is central to much of our identity. But is this a good thing?
By Zac Harrel
When we see as Christ suggested, it compels a different way of living with respect to the people and communities around us. It beckons us to change how we relate to others.
By Ali Corona
Leadership is about much more than giving people what they like. In fact, sometimes leadership is about challenging people to move beyond simple likes and preferences in order to move them to something much better.
By Ross Shelton
Look around and appreciate the current place God has set for you to use your gifts.
By Joel Gallegos
How do we keep church from becoming a show to be consumed rather than a community in which to participate?
By Jake Raabe
For many of us, the start of a new school year means we can get back to our routines. Teachers are about to enter a plethora of the unpredictable.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
Conversation is a wonderful way of interacting with other people. But is it a proper model for how we should approach Scripture?
By Joshua Sharp
It seems as if every Sunday, either in the morning worship service or in my Sunday school class, I’ll hear a cell phone go off.
By John N. Davis
It is time for us to ensure gender discrimination in the church is not given cover by co-opting a valid view of relationships and twisting it into something it is not.
By Paul Kenley
The voice of hyper-partisan politics calls for us to seek our own interests. The voice of Jesus calls us to “look not only to [your] own interests, but also to the interests of others” (Philippians 2:4).
The church offers the world something unique and irreplaceable. People may encounter God in their backyard, but they are still missing something that happens only in the church.
Too many of us have grown apathetic and weak in our apathy, giving ourselves over to believing the world is a hopeless place. What should I do when I feel the overwhelming weight of all I carry with me?
By Smith Getterman