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I mocked the coloring book trend, until I discovered it for myself.
Our darkest chapters don’t require a Christian rewrite.
What a goofy CW comedy gets right about abstinence.
New study connects emotional wellbeing with churchy status updates.
Our careless language reinforces stigma.
Our shallow responses send the message that our faith has no answer for this kind of suffering.
Why Melissa Cain Travis thinks it's crucial for her to be a mother and an apologetics scholar.
When a Swedish pastor’s conversion made recent news, I remembered my own draw to the church.
Six ways to support those questioning the faith.
Despite what society says, our identity does not rely on our sexual status.
We relate to the opposite sex in the best source of community we know, the church.
Chastity can lead to a fuller engagement with creation.
What is it about this lion’s death that has us so outraged?
Seriously. God’s help comes from the weirdest places.
Antoinette Tuff, the steady voice who famously talked down an armed intruder, speaks out about her faith.
New opportunities affirm the unique giftedness we’ve always had.
Accepting gifts, the ones we asked for and the ones that surprise us, ultimately points us to the Giver.
Hook-up sex v. married sex: A warning about incentivizing abstinence with personal pleasure.
The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals.
The unlikely rescue of Jews in China points to a Power beyond our understanding.
A Christian-owned company in Nepal works to empower, not exploit.
Two recent titles explore the great apologist’s relationships with women.
Stats confirm what we knew all along: There aren't enough single men.
Christian vloggers walk a fine line between sharing Christ and selling themselves.
What hitting the running trail taught me about the Christian life.
The importance of both genders partnering in ministry.
Need Christians to help and lead at church? I know plenty.
Becca Stevens slows down for the sake of service.
After realizing the grittiness of the past, we can face the brokenness of the present
Don’t let the topic fool you. ‘Enough’ is full of substance and wisdom.
What we say about abortion matters, even if we act peacefully.
Alison Bechdel's memoir doesn't endorse sexual brokenness. Ultimately, it exposes it.
We found some new VBS students: My grandmother and her friends.
Behind the fair-trade company that’s helping educate women in Uganda.
For the Love, indeed.
The powerful witness of befriending the competition.
I learned for myself why some of the best adventures are taken alone.
The oldest way to spread a religion is not to evangelize people; it’s to create new ones.
How I wish the elderly bus monitor would have responded to her young abusers.
The world-class runner shows that virginity isn't just for nerdy 18-year-olds—and that following God's plan for sexuality can be really hard.
The spirituality of the booming online "self-expression engine."
It depends on how you view them.
In the midst of my anxiety, I remember God’s power through reading Revelation.
A spiritual personality test, the Enneagram takes an honest look at our weaknesses.
How we respond to thanks matters.
Reflecting on female libido and Christian marriage.
A common-ground theology for single and married Christians.
In a world of impurity and disease, vulnerability pushes us to community and to Christ.
Why we shouldn’t be turned off by healthy touch.
Make room for the Holy Spirit.
Unmarried ministers offer a unique understanding of devotion to Christ alone.
Shame and peer pressure don’t lead to healthy discipleship.
From anti-Semitism to Boko Haram: How faith, not emotions, sustains our attention to tragedy.
Neither Granny’s castoffs nor HGTV trends belong in church buildings.
In a culture that loves shock value, typical evangelicalism rarely makes news.
How my sugary-sweet chick lit relationships turned on me.
The viral video has received some negative attention over the past few weeks. But the joke's on whom?
Books for your nightstand, your Kindle, or the side of the pool.
How Crystal Paine made a ministry out of coupon clipping.
Who doesn't want to bury personal burdens through exotic travel on the company dime?
How can we stay ‘sold out’ for our faith?
Sociologists say voicing our frustrations brings us together. Scripture offers another way.
How Internet outrage hits deep.