Scientists Agree: Sex, Money, and Power Don't Make Us Happy
Jesus told us this a long time ago.
Defining the Gospel: Some Examples from My Class at Wheaton
How do you define the gospel?
Beyond the Echo Chamber on Gender Roles
Our notion of male and female begins with a robust understanding of creation.
Don't Worry, Be Happy—According to Jesus
Remembering the reason and way to let go of our worries.
PROOF: My Interview with Daniel Montgomery
Daniel Montgomery, Pastor of Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, KY, on the grace of God.
An Explosion of Joy
What it means to be the apostolic church.
The Perfectionism Complex
Sometimes God wants you to get over it and focus on the One who's already good enough.
Sorrow Needs a History
Writing About the Death of My Son. A guest post from Aaron Cobb.
Meet the Non-Christians Who Take the Bible Literally, Word for Word
Only half of non-Christians think the Bible is a book of fables. So who are the ones who think every word of it is directly from God?
33 Under 33
Meet the Christian leaders shaping the next generation of our faith.
When Summer Vacation is Hard
Don't worry. Don't beat yourself up. The idyllic memories will come... eventually.
Sabbath is Not a Means to More Productive Work
It's time to stop optimizing the Lord's Day. A guest post by David Zahl.
4 Ways to Know When God is Resetting Your Parental Narrative: A guest post by Tom Goodman
Pastor Tom Goodman encourages parents to find worth in God, not their children.
The Dead White Poet You Need in Your Life
Why 17th-century poet George Herbert is making a comeback.
The Delicious Invitation to Rest
"It's not anxiety we find in the piles of the undone..." A guest post by Jen Pollock Michel
How the Tough Mudder Shaped My Soul
A pilgrim’s progress through one of the fastest-growing sports in America.
The Jewish Roots of Christian Sabbath
In a guest post, Michelle Van Loon begins to unwrap the gift of Shabbot
Called to Be Uncool Christians
When we fear no one but God, we're free to really serve him.
'Honour the Image of God': The Incarnation and Early Christian Philanthropy
The Christian understanding of the "Image of God," defined by the Incarnation, represented a radical departure from the social ethics of classical paganism, which actively discouraged private charity. (Gary Ferngren, ABC, Australia)
Hangout for ‘MennoNerds’
Two online groups are allowing Anabaptists around the world to form relationships through theological discussion — and leave a trail of Anabaptist resources as they go. (MWR)
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