What are the problems and dangers facing the 21st century church? Josh McNall shares four challenges he believes today's church needs to address.
For many today, notions of “the wrath of God” may seem outdated, questionable, or even backward. Regardless, the theme of God’s wrath permeates all of Scripture and was a central theme in the DNA of the Wesleyan revival. Paul Lawler offers 4 reasons why we should retain this important doctrine.
Is the world going to hell in a handbasket? Bill Guerrant shares the truth about the "good old days" and where we stand now in terms of poverty, war, and the evils present in the world today.
There's a difference between how we treat homosexuality as an issue and how we treat people who struggle with homosexuality. Taylor Brown shares what we must do as the Church in terms of actual people.
For Wesleyans the contemporary food movement shouldn’t be seen as something new. Rather, for Christians in Wesleyan traditions the principles motivating today’s food movement are part of our ecclesiastical DNA. Read more from ethical farmer Bill Guerrant in today's piece.
Is everything dark? Are you disillusioned this Christmas season? Cheryl Johns explains why we really do need Advent.
The decline of the Church in the West is closely paralleled by a decline in biblical literacy and vocabulary. In this article, Timothy Tennent offers 11 examples of how popular culture has strikingly different meanings from the biblical meanings of common Christian words.
Rob Bell, author of Love Wins, has recently published a new book entitled, What We Talk about When We Talk about God. Those who...
Fear is running rampant these days. Maxie Dunnam has timely advice.
In popular theology, we come across all sorts of doctrinal myths and errors. Andrew Dragos shares five surprising myths that may be hurting the Body of Christ.