Questions that Awaken a Leader’s Life
Four questions to help guide us into resurrection life.
Engaging in practices that help us transform conflict into life-giving opportunities for constructive change is vital. Incarnational Question. 3 – Do we have a mission worth dying for?
How Single Women Help New Moms Make It Through
Their unexpected ministry cuts across life stages.
They were extremely curious and dying to hear about things that weren't about bodily functions, eating food, and changing diapers. “But it was worth it to me, because these women
Preoccupied with Love: One-on-One with CJ Rhodes
“Unbelievers needs to see that we care for them, not just their postmortem souls but all of who they are as fallen image-bearers of God.”
Christendom, not the way of Jesus Christ. Cultural Christianity is giving way to an authentic faith worth living and dying for, a faith expressed through good works.
How to Help a Friend Through a Dying Marriage
Christians should be ready to care for those in the aftermath of divorce without making their pain worse.
I walked a dear friend through the grief of a dying marriage last year. As a church, we need to speak this truth to them and remind them of the worth they have in Christ and the love God
How Poetry Quiets the ‘Pandemonium of Blab’
Poet Christian Wiman helps us tune our ears to silence, so God's voice won't be lost in the noise.
But Wiman is also worth listening to because he is a dying poet and a dying man. He is dying in the sense that we are, each of us, dying, but his dying
What Humans Have That Machines Don’t
How a theology of personhood cuts against the mechanical metaphors we use to describe ourselves.
deserves respect, thus endangering “those not yet born, those severely disabled, those dying, those in stands “in the middle of a network of relations” that confers meaning and worth.
Christianity Today’s 2019 Book Awards
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.
that smartphones have often contributed to an unreflective self-centeredness, he also suggests that they can be used to explore our self-worth, teach others Dying and the Virtues.
Responses to our September issue.
The Christian calling has always been a brutal process of dying to oneself and being reborn into the image of Christ. Christ wants our whole being, and he is worth any price. @jetreve.
Joy Davidman: The Woman Who Wanted Something More
Patti Callahan uses historical fiction to trace the transformative journey of C. S. Lewis’s wife.
factual biographies (which are interesting and informative) and her public image as the dying wife of answers she would never have, but also a faith that her questions were worth asking
God of the Second Shift
The theology of work conversation is thriving. Why are most workers missing from it?
as well as cash, for astonishment rather than torpor; in short, for a sort of life rather than a Monday through Friday sort of dying.”. Members of this class tend to derive worth from their work
She Shaped Me: 10 Exemplars of Faith
Christian leaders reflect on the women from history who’ve influenced them.
am I?” For Vice, Joan's willingness to die for her convictions poses questions worth deeply considering Taking to the streets daily, Mother Teresa nursed the sick and dying, washing the
We are his works of art, sent to a world that is dying and needy and artless. God rejoices over us and celebrates his creation. It's also important to remember that your worth is not based
God Came to Me in My Cancer
At a time when I should have felt abandoned by God, I experienced what Augustine called “the sweetness.”
the time, but I feel driven to catalog everything and wring every bit of time for all it's worth. I start to write. In bed, in chemo chairs, in waiting rooms, I try to say something about dying in a
The Hard Truth About Mr. Right
An excerpt from “Party of One: Truth, Longing, and the Subtle Art of Singleness.”
feels like once a guy knows you're not wife material, he decides you're not worth knowing at a true, beautiful view of marriage that has less to do with wooing and more to do with dying.
'Moonlight' Is a Flawed, But Rewarding Exercise in Christian Empathy
The Oscar favorite's portrayal of black, gay experience is at odds with a biblical sexual ethic—but for some, it might be worth the discomfort.
us along the way—Niebuhrs and Benedict Options—but in this lifetime, we'll spend our dying days still But it's worth the effort; it's worth feeling vulnerable, and maybe uncomfortable.
The Demanding Faith of Flannery O’Connor
In her writing, O’Connor made belief believable.
Creator. “This is the central Christian mystery,” Flannery says. “Life has, for all its horror, been found by God to be worth dying for.”. The meaning of mystery.