Much has changed in America since 1963 when Martin Luther King’s prophetic rang from the Birmingham jail. At the same time, many things remain the same. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary by Lisa Yebuah to learn more about race as a gospel issue.
Recently, there has been a surge of attention on healthy models of marriage ministries within churches. Singles ministry, however, seems to be left out in this renewed understanding of better ministry models. Keith Turner weighs in on some ideas for a better ministry model for singles.
What is the deepest, most profound expression of love? It depends on who (or what institution) you ask. Our culture will likely say something completely different than the church, but is the church saying something different than Scripture? Taylor Zimmerman explains why the church desperately needs to reclaim a Biblical model of friendship.
Young children are naked and unashamed, quite often literally. They are fascinated with their bodies—who has what, why one child is a girl and...
Where does children's discipleship begin? If we all were to take Deut. 6:4-7 seriously, we would realize the seriousness of our call, but also the profound practicality of how discipleship can work. In this series of articles, Christina Embree uses this passage of Scripture to offer parents practical tips to intentionally engage children in the everyday moments of life.
Part of our role in discipling our children must include the missional task of reaching our neighborhoods. In today's article, learn from Winfield Bevins as he shares concrete ways to model mission together as a family.
How do children become Christians? It is no different for children than it is for adults. It’s simple, yet deeply profound.
What did you learn in your first year of marriage? Marriage is a huge life adjustment, and the transition can be a difficult one. In this article, Andrew Dragos shares 12 things he's learned from his experience of joy, blessings, and challenges.
Doctrine can be examined as impersonal statements or argued and debated like philosophy. But a good test of any doctrine is how it plays out in real life. In today's post, Keith Drury shares a real world illustration—what sanctification has to do with sex.
Both John Wesley and George Whitefield won thousands of converts to Christ in the 18th century, leading to a great revival of the church. But Whitefield often relied on Wesley to organize and offer spiritual oversight to new converts. Watch Dr. Ryan Danker explain how this phenomenon and the flexibility of John Wesley's ministry to meet the spiritual needs of the day contributed to renewal in the church.