Category Archives: Church Issues
We are not in a posture to receive God’s Word until we have first renounced our sin.
How do we fortify believers for this cultural moment? The simplest, most profound answer is: through love.
Union University’s decision to withdraw from the CCCU is not what is creating division, but the moral heterodoxy of the schools that have abandoned the Church’s witness to marriage.
The more I get to know people from other backgrounds and cultures and ethnicities, the bigger my Bible gets.
“Sex is everything,” goes the idea in the 21st century. “And sex is nothing.” This paradoxical view of sexuality in our society requires a paradoxical response from the Church.
The imminent demise of denominations is premature, and a denominational affiliation is not the “hindrance” many believers consider it to be.
Thoughts on parenting, wisdom, and the limits of “sheltering.”
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.