Freshen up on the nature and origins of the Advent season with this installment of the Seven Quick Facts series from Andrew Dragos.
Sometimes a distorted view of God Himself can become an idol, if we replace the true and living God with a god more in keeping with our own imaginations.
We all hear about fighting against human trafficking, and that is a good thing to fight against. However, human trafficking is not the problem. Kevin Austin shares that human trafficking is merely a symptom of a much larger and more complex problem.
Do you have a man cave in your home? Christopher Peters shares why you might want to do some remodeling!
Whether you choose to write it on a sticky note, a romantic card, or just soak them in, here are 14 Bible verses about love for Valentine's Day.
Pope Francis created quite a stir recently when he made the statement, “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone!” In this post, Timothy Tennent addresses how the Pope's statement can be viewed through the lens of Reformed theology, Wesleyan theology, and Christocentric universalism.
Is 50 Shades of Grey worth reading or seeing for the purpose of engaging friends and culture? In this article, Jeremy Spainhour offers a resounding No! both for men and women. He warns us not to let this movie whet your appetite.
Participation in Halloween has long been a point of contention in the Christian community. Dale Coulter shares some insight on the cultural event.
What are the key aspects of fulfilling Christ's call to make disciples? Phil Stevenson offers five key elements of any discipleship ministry.
Mad Men, the saga of ad executives on Madison Avenue during the 1960s and early 1970s, just aired its final episode. In today's article, Micah Smith reflects on what might Christians learn from this penetrating series about characters who are haunted by their broken past.