Biblical singleness more closely aligns to the concept of “single-minded focus” or “exclusivity of intent” or the “undivided life.”
Most people these days know something about Pocahontas. Some even know the true story of her conversion to Christianity, and perhaps of the catechetical...
2,000 years ago, Jesus rose triumphantly from the grave. In honor of his coming forth from the tomb, Bill Guerrant asks Christians to consider letting this be a season for sowing real seeds in real soil, suggesting there's no better opportunity to marvel at the reality of new life in Christ.
Our bodies carries a sacramental presence in the world—they are the ways in which we extend grace to people.
God created humans so that we would search for him and might come to know him (Acts 17: 22-27). In this Seven Minute Seminary video, Christopher West explains how we can have our deepest desires and affections fulfilled by divine love and the Christian community of saints.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. So will you. John Grisham’s novel Gray Mountain has everything and almost begs to be made into a movie. Plot...
A proper theology of the body embraces the sacredness and sanctity of all our embodied existence and sees the eternal significance in each day.
In Genesis 1:28, God commanded Adam to "...fill the earth and subdue it." However, should we take this as a license to do with the earth and its natural resources all that we want, without considering the consequences?
Drew sits down with Dr. Matthew Sleeth and has a conversation about wants, the speed of life and what it means for a Christian to care about creation. Drew and Chad also have a conversation about the recent SCOTUS ruling over marriage, we talk about favorite hangouts and why #nicholasvillerocks.
It’s fine to call one day a year “Earth Day,” but the reality is that for humans and the rest of our biotic community, every day is Earth Day. Read more from Bill Guerrant as he provokes us to care for our earth.