We're not the only ones responsible for our financial state.
We can’t isolate our kids from sin, but we can teach them to recognize it and learn from it.
Tips for finding community when you still feel like a stranger.
Pressure to put a ring on it can distract from other pursuits and callings.
Searching for an explanation for evil.
Granddaughters who left offer a cautionary tale for zealots.
I've seen otherwise strong couples fall apart because the woman held an unfair spiritual standard for the man.
It shouldn't take a natural disaster to get us to remember the people next door.
It's as if pregnant women walk around wearing sandwich boards that read, "Touch me. Say whatever you want. No, really."
There's nothing we fallible parents can do to ensure our kids will keep the faith.
The tragedy underscores how far white churches have come on race relations—and how much farther we have to go.
Instead of speculating on why T.J. Lane killed three of his classmates, we are better off asking how to grieve the tragedy rightly.
Men and women should find balance, not switch dominance.
And the surprising role the church can play in helping women curb addiction to it.
Are well-meaning evangelical faculty and administration in part to blame?
Why "he's a really great, godly guy" is not enough.
How husbands and wives can think about divvying up the responsibilities.
Divorce pulls the rug out from under a child's sense of self, contends Andrew Root in 'The Children of Divorce.'
As the West exports its fat stigma to developing countries, the church might export its welcome embrace to those on all ends of the body mass index.
If a new website and college event are any indication, a better "Define the Relationship" talk is afoot among young evangelicals.