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Tim Keller: Hope for a Better World Starts with the Resurrection
Four reasons Christianity offers unparalleled confidence that history is headed somewhere good.
Sin Makes Us Thirsty. Find Refreshment at the Cross.
Jesus went without water so we could drink eternally from the fountain of God’s grace.
Hide It Under a Bushel? Maybe.
Take it from the “secret disciples” who buried Jesus: Sometimes it’s prudent to stay mum about your faith.
Why I Agreed to Receive Financial Help from Someone Who Needed It Herself
My pride was blinding me to an important truth: that healthy relationships revolve around mutuality, not one-sided generosity.
Why the Bible Makes a Big Deal about Horns
Hannah, Zechariah, and the psalmists have good reasons for speaking of them so reverently.
Russell Moore: Real Christian Courage Looks like Elijah at His Most Pathetic
My caution to those who “stand for truth” by calling down “fire from heaven” upon its enemies.
Without Henrietta Mears, Evangelicalism as We Know It Probably Wouldn’t Exist
Meet the woman who mentored the leaders and fostered the institutions that fueled its 20th-century transformation.
Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
How his example can encourage believers who “walk in darkness, and see no light.”
Christian Parents: You Don’t Have to Protect Your Children from Divergent Opinions
If what we teach them is true, it will stand up to scrutiny.
Bethlehem Is More Than a Sentimental Backdrop to Christmas in the West
How Christians are celebrating the holiday in the town of Jesus’ birth—and across the broader Middle East.
When I Didn’t Want Christmas to Come
A holiday spent in grief helped me to take Christ’s coming more seriously.
The Cross Is God’s Answer to Black Rage
How Christ’s death and resurrection speak to the particular suffering of African Americans.
Christianity Isn’t ‘Becoming’ Global. It Always Has Been.
Why this misperception poses a stumbling block to the spread of the gospel.
Mental Illness and the ‘Medical Theodicy’ Trap
Why do we feel such a palpable sense of spiritual relief when the problem is with the body rather than the mind?
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Churches: Don’t Worship—or Serve—Until You’re Blue in the Face
Maintaining a balance between gathering and scattering is the key to avoiding spiritual pneumonia.
Science and Scripture Agree: Singing Lifts Our Spirits
Why Christians erupt in song, even when hope seems lost.
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How to Diagnose an Ailing Soul
Pastors who rush in with the wrong treatment court spiritual disaster.
Our Olive-Skinned Gospel
As a Middle Easterner, I can't read the Bible without a smile of recognition crawling across my face.
Whatever Your Secret Sins, the Psalms Will Give You the Courage to Come Clean
Hiding from God (and neighbor) is dehumanizing, but honest prayer and confession bring healing and freedom.
My Generation Prized ‘Authenticity.’ Why I’ve Come to Love Wearing a Mask.
I'm only my truest self when I'm playing the role of disciple.

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Quarantine as Caretaker
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Quarantine as Caretaker
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