Celebrating Revival in a Cynical Age
The Asbury revival reminds us that God works in ways we cannot control.
Reason and Logic Belong to God. So Do Imagination and Myth.
A new book explores what C. S. Lewis believed about the multileveled nature of reality.
Jesus Is the Path to Flourishing. Can the Buddha and Confucius Be the Beginning?
God’s truth revealed in ancient Chinese philosophies can help in evangelism and apologetics.
Lent Is Not a Vibe
Even our most beautiful rituals and reflections can’t bring relief from the reality of death.
Three Black Women Who Preached With the Power of the Holy Spirit
What Zilpha Elaw, Julia Foote, and Sojourner Truth taught me about God’s “withness.”
Died: Christian Atsu, Ghana Soccer Star who Praised God in Everything
The Premier League winger known for his faith was killed in the earthquake in Turkey.
Parkinson’s—The Gift I Didn’t Want
I’ve spent years writing about pain and suffering. Now I’ll spend years learning how to live with physical disability.
‘Honoring’ Your Father and Mother Isn’t Always Biblical
Filial piety has damaged many parent-child relationships. But Christian families can learn where Confucian culture ends and Paul’s parenting practices begin.
Write a New Hymn unto the Lord
Hymn writing should be a spiritual practice for everyday saints, not just for worship professionals.
Bee My Valentine: A Saint’s Guide to Creation Care
Like Valentine, patron saint of beekeeping, Christians have a duty to love and learn from the earth God made.
Arranged or Not, Indian Christians Praise God for Their Marriages
What husbands and wives think of others' unions and what they'd recommend for their children.
Asbury Professor: We’re Witnessing a ‘Surprising Work of God’
Why I’m hopeful about the revival breaking out in our chapel and its implications for the campus and beyond.
Beware Our Tower of Babel
The Genesis 11 story is about pride, but not in the way we think.
Words Are Holy. So Why Don’t We Talk Like They Are?
Christians should cherish words in a disposable age.
Israeli Academics Question Archaeological Discoveries
And other news briefs from around the world.
Evangelicals Outgrow Catholics in Central America
“Nondenominational believers” rank close behind.
I Don’t Want to Be a Universalist
Richard Mouw says the best forms of the doctrine still disappoint those counting on God to do the right thing.
‘Why Church?’ Is the Wrong Question
Private devotion, community service, and entertainment aren’t what the local congregation is for.
6 Ways to Parent Your Kids for the New Creation
As Christian caretakers, we view our kids’ schooling in light of eternity.
I Was the Proverbial, Drug-Fueled Rock and Roller
Until a chance encounter with my mom’s old Bible opened my eyes.

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