Onward Christian Superheroes
Two of Netflix’s Marvel heroes arise out of their respective Christian cultures.
But speaking of the devil gives Matt the ironic symbol he needs to represent such a and feet of clay, a combination that keeps these superheroes complicated as they work out their own
How Can We Overcome Our Fear of Evangelism?
Confidence in evangelism begins in the love of God.
ever enjoyed a home team understands the enthusiasm of a sports fan all decked out in his by a particular hobby like fishing, or golf, or quilt-making has no problem speaking to others
It’s Not Billy Graham Rule or Bust
15 ways my husband and I guard our marriage while still loving our friends of the opposite sex.
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Two Marches for Lives
What I saw at two very different protests of violence against children.
suburbs. Speaking Out is Christianity Today's guest opinion column and (unlike an editorial) does not necessarily represent the opinion of the magazine.
The Real Story Behind Ray Rice Speaking at Liberty
What does a former abuser talk about at a Christian college? Repentance.
The Real Story Behind Ray Rice Speaking at Liberty. Yet, Rice used his talk to openly confess his own abuse and present a way to repentance for the abusers out there who are yet to
When Life Burst Out of Death
A theological imagining of how the Big Bang echoes Easter.
highly charged “dust” uniformly present throughout space, all the way out to the and existential questions perennially inspiring and haunting our species converge, speaking a message
Q&A: We Need a Christ-Centered Theology of Trauma
Therapist Hermeisha Hopson offers a clinically informed, scripturally sound approach to treating #MeToo victims and other survivors.
I've read that women of color sometimes feel apprehensive about speaking out against men in their community because they're afraid of reinforcing negative stereotypes.
Persecution of Andrew Brunson, John Cao Shared at Religious Freedom Ministerial
(UPDATED) First day of US State Department’s unprecedented event also includes discussion of Nineveh Plains aid between Greta Van Susteren, Mark Burnett, and Johnnie Moore.
was assassinated in 2011. Peter Bhatti represented his brother and described him as “not afraid of speaking out” against the country's blasphemy laws.
My Foster Daughter Was Separated from Her Family at the Border
Caring for someone else’s kid brought heartbreak. But it also drew me closer to God’s kingdom purposes.
Our son was attending a bilingual school, my husband and I were comfortable speaking Spanish, and smugglers decided to hold her against her will to squeeze more money out of them
Fleming Rutledge: Why Being ‘Spiritual’ Is Never Enough
Americans increasingly identify as “spiritual but not religious.” Radical faith goes beyond both.
Nones”—those who, like my friend, identify as “spiritual but not religious.” Generally speaking, people use They are born out of illusion, wishful thinking, and a failure to look radical evil
Why Gen Z’s Call for ‘Safe Spaces’ Is Good News for Churches
New expectations may shift youth group conversations, but Christ still provides the answer.
of judgment. In recent weeks, in the wake of the latest school shooting, we've also seen this generation speaking out for literal safe spaces. The youth
Astros Pastor: ‘You’re Playing for the Lord’
The Houston team’s Spanish-speaking minister reflects on faith in the World Series.
Kevin Edelbrock, a development director with Young Life, serves as the English-speaking chaplain, and has a prominent ad in right field, pastor Gregg Matte has thrown out the first pitch