Today’s student is living a life that is distracted by the chaos of campus and culture – a life where they often struggle to discern or experience the activity of God in their midst.
In this week's Saturday Post, J.D. Walt opines on why Christians like Seth Godin. Seth is one of the most popular bloggers on the internet and though not a Christian, captures the attention of millions of Christians across the country. Read more to explore some of the possible reasons why.
So often, we avoid testing our faith for the fear of seeming like we doubt God. Aaron Perry shares how this is a healthy stage of faith development and how to help someone through it.
The truth about Human trafficking is scary to face. There are many ways that we avoid the unpleasantness of it all. But, Katie Bergman offers some good news. Your church is already fighting human trafficking in ways you may not realize.
It is easy to see issues as cut and dry when they are not personal. John Murdock shares one woman's very personal story about abortion.
Steve Addison offers a different starting point for church-planting—evangelism and discipleship. He then explores how this movement model multiplies and how traditional churches can participate in this kind of gospel work.
What is so good about Good Friday, and why do we need to celebrate it anyway? John Page shares some thoughts on why and how we worship on this, the most somber of days.
Ben Witherington offers his insight on how to evaluate "Son of God." Do we evaluate it against the original stories in the four canonical Gospels? Do we evaluate it against other films about Jesus? Do we assess it on its own merits, but that is difficult to do since it is based on such a crucial and iconic story? Or shall we just assess it on whether it’s a good film or not?
From the Mosaic covenant to the promises of the gospel, the Bible is continually pointing to the poor, the widow, the orphan, the stranger, the needy, and the oppressed. Read more as Howard Snyder compels us to consider the poor.
See this survey on clergy and their views on origins. An open letter to Michelle Obama: Beyonce is not a role model. Are we setting holiness...