Month: January 2020

  • Your Church Needs Boomers

    How a hyper-focus on “attracting the young” can sideline the aging faithful. We rarely hear it put as bluntly as did the small congregation of Grove United Methodist Church, where…

  • Abortion Regret Isn’t a Myth, Despite New Study

    What women may refuse to disclose to researchers at a clinic, they’re confessing in Bible studies decades later. Pro-life advocates and ministry leaders are challenging the results of a new…

  • The God of Second Chances

    By Dr. Tony Evans Has God ever said something to you, or asked you to do something, that you didn’t like or didn’t want to do? You knew you heard…

  • Jack Van Impe (1931–2020)

    Evangelist Jack Van Impe (@Jack_Van_Impe), known as “the Walking Bible,” died at the age of 88, his ministry announced January 18. According to his ministry website, throughout his life Dr.…

  • When You Don’t Feel Like Laughing

    When was the last time you laughed? How do you laugh? Well, if you are my wife, you have a deep laugh that leads to a snorting sound when trying…

  • Should Christians Kill Animals for Sport?

    A new book presents a range of arguments on the moral legitimacy of hunting. I am a Christian and an academic. I am also a hunter. At first blush, this…

  • Four Important Reminders for Pastors Dealing with Mental Health Issues

    Sometimes, we hurt ourselves here because we don’t reach out for help when we know we need it. Sometimes, we feel guilty because we think we aren’t “spiritual enough” to…

  • Colegas na Seleção Brasileira, Firmino é Batizado por Alisson

    Roberto Firmino, campeão mundial de clubes pelo Liverpool FC, diz que agora seu maior título é o amor de Cristo. Milhões de torcedores cristãos estão comemorando a maior jogada fora…

  • Live God’s Presence and Change Your Life: An Interview with Mike Novotny

    How can the sentence “GOD is here” be the key to more happiness, less boredom, more rest, less rush, more love, less drama, more peace, less fear? How should you…

  • On MLK Day, Shut Up and Listen

    Hearing each other is a miracle. We need to practice receiving it as such. Years ago I sat alongside a dozen pastors in a sun-baked, mud-caked church in rural northern…