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When big corporations make big moral decisions, where is the church’s voice?
How to show love in a time of terror.
Even faced with deadly disease, we can choose to live like God’s in control.
'Mad Men' reminds of a universal truth and an abiding hope.
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.
For this 21st-century single, her ‘Passion and Purity’ has stood the test of time.
What the late King of the Blues reminded me about the King of Kings.
How physical celebrations can lead to spiritual transformations.
In the midst of our civil war on the Trinity, we need to put down our arms and remember that men and women are in this together.
Why it's time for Mother's Day to retreat from the extremes.
Where are the conservative Christians rallying for working moms?
The HBO show draws us in with deeper questions about power and morals.
Growing income inequality and economic segregation have insulated our privilege.
The unlikely rescue of Jews in China points to a Power beyond our understanding.
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.
Why we all should pay attention to her bold account.
What hitting the running trail taught me about the Christian life.
How Facebook turns the left-behind into horrified witnesses.
Habit proves to be powerful liturgy.
What I’ve learned as a working mother about the limits of time management.
Whether the prize is a few bucks or a billion, Scripture warns against becoming ‘greedy for gain.’
Becca Stevens slows down for the sake of service.
After realizing the grittiness of the past, we can face the brokenness of the present
Waiting for deeper engagement amid our hashtag activism.
Seeing the aged as a blessing rather than a burden.
What we say about abortion matters, even if we act peacefully.
When good compliments go bad.
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.
We don’t have to expose our deepest secrets with every speech and blog post.
When fictional dads and happy endings get tangled in real-life scandal.
The series’ groundbreaking diversity disappoints in the realm of religion.
A Q&A with the oldest sisters of America’s favorite quiverfull clan.
In the midst of my anxiety, I remember God’s power through reading Revelation.
Looking back to when mourning attire was as heavy and dark as grief itself.
A spiritual personality test, the Enneagram takes an honest look at our weaknesses.
Busy moms, long-distance besties, workaholics: There’s hope for you.
How do upwardly mobile Christians follow a downwardly mobile God?
Reflecting on female libido and Christian marriage.
Why we shouldn’t be turned off by healthy touch.
Rather than waiting for it to pass, keep wrestling.
Make room for the Holy Spirit.
What I’ve learned from trying to keep my kids safe—but not too safe.
Shame and peer pressure don’t lead to healthy discipleship.
Balancing love, desire, and the demands of midlife.
The conversation about the pornification of social media is long overdue.
How we worship and remember through our senses.
What raising sons taught this egalitarian mom about gender.
Violence against women calls for an immediate, institution-wide response from Christians.
The single and dating come together to try to redeem the commercialized extravaganza.
In a culture that loves shock value, typical evangelicalism rarely makes news.
Why one Catholic writer went on a mission to do more than self-improve.
Seeing sisterly love at the box office.
Keller's childhood correspondence with the revered author led her to Christian faith.
Humiliation leads to the Cross.
I discovered the flip side of being special: being alone.
How can we stay ‘sold out’ for our faith?