God wants the best for his children. Shouldn’t we want the same for ours? This post reminds Christian parents what matters most and why it matters.
Didn’t some politicians just vote on which books to include just to make Jesus look impressive and further their own cause? Um, not really. Here’s why.
Let’s be honest. Life can hurt. There are worries, disappointments, broken dreams, challenging relationships, health problems, pain. Max Lucado once said: “If hurts were hairs,
Psychologist Daniel Goleman describes our time as Age of Melancholy. He chronicles how depression, sadness, paralyzing listlessness, dejection, self-pity and overwhelming hopelessness plague more and
Recently I led a sermon series called “Heaven and Hell: What does the Bible teach about what is true (instead of what we want to
Unless you’re a robot, you’ve probably wondered what heaven is like. After all, all of us are one heartbeat away from death. Will we meet
How old was Mary? Is Santa based on a saint? Is society becoming more hostile toward Christmas? This post answers these questions and more.
If you haven’t yet discovered that your pastor isn’t perfect, you will. But what do you do with that information. Here are 3 ideas.
Being a person of your word matters. In fact, we could argue that, regardless of ethnicity, language, financial situation or background, people value honesty. And
The “war to end all wars?” Yeah, right. But, there is hope. This sermon outlines 4 ways the prince of peace brings peace through his people.
The “gospel” (also translated “good news”) is vital to Christianity. But what is it? This post explains it, but also outlines THREE REASONS why the good news is good for you personally (and for all of us collectively)
What if there were actual reasons for believing in the resurrection? This post responds to the 4 major conspiracy theories against the resurrection and outlines other evidences that bolster the foundation of the Christian faith.
Some people think atheism has a monopoly on reason and science, and that only religion requires “blind faith.” This post says Not So Fast, and explores how there is more to the pursuit of truth than what first meets the eye.