There’s a deadly intersection in town. You may live close to it. Time and time again, two cars collide, and someone is seriously injured. All too often, someone dies. We know about this intersection, and we keep asking, “Can’t something be done?”
By Eric Black / Editor
When Christians focus on Easter without experiencing the loss of the Lenten season, are they missing out on what makes the resurrection so miraculous?
By Craig Nash
When the woman at the well experienced Jesus’ love, she was better able to love herself and others in return. (Jack Wyman)
By Jack Wyman
How political should pastors be? How theological should politicians be? And what happens when the lines between pastors and politicians become blurred?
By Garrett Vickrey
The church doesn’t need more outrage or more noise. You don’t need more outrage or more noise. Our spiritual health depends upon stepping away from the noise, from the fear and from the anger.
By Zac Harrel
Despite the attention that megachurches receive, pastors of small churches should be encouraged that their often unnoticed work is meaningful.
By Don McCaig
One pastor’s view on inerrancy changed, not as a result of attending seminary, but rather through preaching and leading a church.
By Ross Shelton
When it comes to immigration reform, is the church being led by culture or by the gospel?
By Jake Raabe
Meredith Stone, a professor of ministry and scripture at a Texas Baptist university and seminary, responds to John Piper’s stated position that women shouldn’t teach in seminaries.
By Meredith Stone
Jake Raabe argues that a recent Gallup poll revealing that fewer people trust pastors these days is actually a good sign.
Small church pastor Zac Harrel encourages other pastors of small churches that God doesn’t look at numbers; he sees service.
Craig Nash wonders what became of the emerging church movement, which was once thought to be a monumental shift in Christianity.