Why Character Is Making a Comeback
Why Character Is Making a Comeback
Character formation isn’t just an individual process, says Anne Snyder. It requires institutions.
A Major New Study Asks: How Does Church Affect Marital Health?
A Major New Study Asks: How Does Church Affect Marital Health?
A recent report suggests that highly religious couples have better relationships and better sex. Domestic violence, however, is the same for them as their less religious neighbors.
How Road Trips Teach Me to Trust Jesus
excerpt | Discipleship
How Road Trips Teach Me to Trust Jesus
As I approach this season of pilgrimage, Scripture offers me a theology of travel.
Why ‘Follow Your Passions’ Is Bad Advice for Graduates
Opinion | Family
Why ‘Follow Your Passions’ Is Bad Advice for Graduates
Four countercultural insights for outgoing students.
Why Foursquare’s Female Leaders Have It Harder Today
Why Foursquare’s Female Leaders Have It Harder Today
The Pentecostal denomination was founded by a woman nearly a century ago, but it has failed to elect another female president since.
The Gospel Calls Us to Perfection, Not Perfectionism
excerpt | Discipleship
The Gospel Calls Us to Perfection, Not Perfectionism
Holiness is a hard challenge. The key is surrender, not striving.
Parents Need Villages, Not Just Public Policies
Opinion | Family
Parents Need Villages, Not Just Public Policies
American families are floundering for support. The church is a great place to start.
Enter His Kitchen With Thanksgiving and His Pantry with Praise
Opinion | Family
Enter His Kitchen With Thanksgiving and His Pantry with Praise
This Mother’s Day and every day, feeding my kids is an opportunity for prayer.
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