Learning to See Your Single Neighbor
Learning to See Your Single Neighbor
The more the church recognizes our worth, the better we can integrate into the church.
My Foster Daughter Was Separated from Her Family at the Border
Opinion | Family
My Foster Daughter Was Separated from Her Family at the Border
Caring for someone else’s kid brought heartbreak. But it also drew me closer to God’s kingdom purposes.
Four Lies That Keep Us from Church
Opinion | Church
Four Lies That Keep Us from Church
These common untruths prevent us from fully participating in the body of Christ.
Why Public Intellectuals Need Their Ivory Towers
Why Public Intellectuals Need Their Ivory Towers
Ta-Nehisi Coates’s departure from 'The Atlantic' reflects a growing crisis: Our digital age inhibits reliable and enduring insight.
With Sexual Sin, Truth and Mercy Triumph over Judgment
Opinion | Sexuality
With Sexual Sin, Truth and Mercy Triumph over Judgment
What I've learned from both sides of a hard conversation.
Rethinking Apologetics for the Black Church
Rethinking Apologetics for the Black Church
“Black people in the inner city need apologetics, but black people in the suburbs do, too,” says apologist Lisa Fields.
How Christians Can Take the Lead with Paid Family Leave
Opinion | Family
How Christians Can Take the Lead with Paid Family Leave
A new report from the Center for Public Justice offers guiding principles for how church communities, policy makers, and employers can put pro-family beliefs into action.
The Great Commission Starts in Your Backyard
Opinion | Discipleship
The Great Commission Starts in Your Backyard
For parents, our most important mission field is closer than we think.