What Toby Keith Taught Us About the Songs We Need
Angry Christians require angry songs—or better yet, angry psalms.
Reading the Old Testament Through Ancient Egyptian Eyes
Learning about the land of Pharaoh helps us understand the people of Israel in their context.
The Cross Is Poetically Profound. But Prose Can Help Us See It Clearly.
Brian Zahnd’s meditation on cruciformity is theologically rich, but sometimes theologically risky.
What’s the Impact of Asbury’s Outpouring? John the Baptist Offers 3 Lessons
How the prophet’s ministry helps us understand what may come next a year after revival broke out.
Even Atheist Chinese Scholars Admire Alvin Plantinga
The analytical philosopher’s Reformed epistemology is greatly helpful for Christian apologetics and theological education in China.
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Christian Wiman’s Work Against Despair
The poet and professor explores pain, preaching, and pursuing joy.
From Descendants of the Dragon to Heirs of God
Their culture tells them the dragon is transcendent. Their Bibles tell them it’s evil. How should Chinese Christians approach this year’s zodiac animal?
Taking Care of a Grateful Faith
An excerpt on sanctification and conceit from theologian Cornelius Plantinga’s new book, Gratitude: Why Giving Thanks Is the Key to Our Well-Being.
From Painting Sean Connery to Writing Hit Indonesian Worship Songs
When a hand tremor ended Herry Priyonggo’s career painting movie posters at 22, he turned the pain into singing. Now God has led him back to the canvas.
Alistair Begg Meets the Politically Correct
How to love our LGBTQ family members is a difficult issue. But mob mentality is always a betrayal of Christ.
Indian and Chinese Cultures Favor Baby Boys. Here’s How Immigrant Churches Counsel Expectant Couples
Honor-shame dynamics color how Christians have these sensitive conversations.
Sabbath Is Not a Luxury Good
God designed weekly rest to be holy for all people, not just the economically stable.
‘Lord, When Did We See You in Foster Care?’
Caring for foster children can be difficult—even devastating. It is also a revelation of the love God gives and expects of his people.
Why Young Men Are Failing to Launch
For Gen Z men who feel purposeless and lost, the way off the couch is the way of the Cross.
One Underrated Way to Enrich Your Christian Political Witness: Be a Better Christian
Personal discipleship and spiritual formation are hardly irrelevant to the rough-and-tumble of public debate.
Wrestling with Awkward Stories in the Old Testament
Cringeworthy passages can derail our yearly Bible reading plans. How do we interpret them?
Grace in the Age of Guilt
Rules and moral codes won’t save us in an era of judgment, hate, and superego. What will save us is mercy.
Tim Alberta Is More Sad Than Angry at His American Evangelical Family
The Atlantic journalist’s portrait of a fractured movement chooses lament over axe-grinding.
Why Singaporean Churches Don’t Talk About Abortion
As young people become more accepting of abortion, pro-life ministries encourage pastors to talk about sex and unplanned pregnancies.
Spiritual Formation Is Becoming Like Jesus
Our new year’s resolutions won’t get very far if we neglect the object of our transfiguration.

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YWAM Rallies After 11 Missionaries Killed, 8 Wounded in Tanzania Bus Accident
YWAM Rallies After 11 Missionaries Killed, 8 Wounded in Tanzania Bus Accident
Darlene Cunningham: “We have not seen a tragedy of this magnitude in all of [our] history … [leaders’] deaths create a massive vacuum” for Youth With a Mission.”

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