Category Archives: Christianity
4 questions intended to connect our actions with what we know to be true about the world from the biblical story.
The imminent demise of denominations is premature, and a denominational affiliation is not the “hindrance” many believers consider it to be.
Commencement addresses are a good indicator of what our friends and neighbors “take for granted” as sound advice and worldly wisdom.
Thoughts on parenting, wisdom, and the limits of “sheltering.”
Gratitude increases the more you realize things really don’t have to be this way.
What if the choice to leave a difficult church situation will actually short-circuit your formation as a Christian? Does God use uncomfortable church situations as part of His process of sanctifying us?
Divergent perspectives on the Pew survey are connected to larger narratives that frame how conservative and liberal Christians in the United States see themselves.
Renewed and refreshed, and ever hopeful for the bright future of evangelicalism.
Is it possible to reclaim your religious affiliation if you no longer believe in the doctrines of the faith?
What kind of discipleship is necessary to fortify the faith of believers so that we see through the world’s false and damaging views of history and the future?