Even in our congregations, midlife has become a joke.
‘Girl at the End of the World’ adds to an important line of ex-fundamentalist survivor stories.
How women inadvertently undermine their own success.
Are you following God or following someone else who’s following God?
The long-running TLC series is much more than a makeover show.
Boomers: Enough complaining about today’s generation.
Finding solidarity, inspiration, and conversation between Jewish and evangelical bloggers.
The quest for mentorship to benefit us both.
The unexpected surrender of parenting adolescents
The search for a truer expression of Christian grief.
Churches need to recognize the awkward teenager inside each of us.
Some Christians' spiritual baggage makes it harder to find a church home
The problem with OMG Wear—and other displays of Christian fandom.
Advent, says author Enuma Okoro, teaches us how to wait on a God whose timetable looks nothing like ours.
My grandfather left me enough to buy a minivan. I can barely leave my kids with enough to buy a tricycle.
Homeschooling families will thrive if they work together, not maroon themselves on separate islands.
Why loneliness can plague women in their 50s.
Even when our fellow Christians fail morally.
The spiritual key to stop coveting a bigger and better home.
Tom White's recent suicide brings to light the priority of healing the abused over restoring the offender.