How technology-driven "hyperreality" hijacks our attention and makes us numb to real-life dangers.
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.
Alison Bechdel's memoir doesn't endorse sexual brokenness. Ultimately, it exposes it.
We found some new VBS students: My grandmother and her friends.
Living out God’s will requires us to look beyond single issues.
The significance of our viral debate over #TheDress.
Reducetarianism holds a familiar lesson: Everything in moderation.
On loving dogs and being loved by God.
Just because I’m a “she” doesn’t mean the Creator I reflect has to be.
As the saying goes, we didn’t start the fire.
Hannah More shows us what happens when Christians focus on world-changing instead of in-fighting.
Why does our obsession with self-acceptance focus so much on appearance?
The problem with sentimentality, porn, and emotion for emotion’s sake.
As more women open up, we’re faced with the heartbreaking realization that abortion affects us all.
The church needs grace, too.
What Madame Bovary taught me about love and life.
Is animal welfare (finally) returning to the Christian conscience?
It’s time for Christians to tone down the controversy and show some love.