And how the church can turn midlife into prime time for the entire community.
Attempts to undo my wiry hairdo had grown to idolatrous proportions - and taken up three whole months of my life.
The 'Playboys' lying on the coffee table were the tip of the iceberg in our home.
Reflections from an underwater home owner.
Ariella, a Messianic Jew, raises four children amid violence in the Holy Land.
With the guidance of older, wiser mentors, women can face the existential angst of midlife hoping for a new identity in Christ, one stripped of status and comfort.
The way the Christian city-renewal movement is being narrated, one would assume all the leaders driving the movement are megachurch pastors.
While some Christian groups continue the battle over seasons-greetings language, I wonder if many churches are forsaking the reason for the season.
Along with hell houses and harvest fests, might evangelicals consider celebrating All Saints' Day?
As blogger Anne Jackson's new book makes clear, our church culture will need to change before individual confession won't turn into gossip.
Why I've stopped using the word 'volunteer' to describe those who serve.
A review of 'I Am Hutterite', Mary Ann Kirkby's memoir of growing up in a radical Anabaptist community.
The author of 'Why Boys Fail' says females now have an unfair academic advantage in most schools—and that the pendulum needs to swing back.