Just try not smiling as you watch it...just you try.
If complementarity is taken out of the gospels, then the gospel becomes ugly because an essential point of submission is to be a blessing to others.
Is it possible to experience the miraculous works of God and not understand what is going on?
Is theological memorization and reflection for our children really that important?
The Hebrew word for "listen" actually means to listen and act on what we've heard. How are we doing at listening to God?
Everyone has a mental list of “I wish I had knowns” in their life, and that list only grows longer as one gets older.
It may be a spoof, but it begs the question: What culture are you creating within your church?
"Don't waste your life. Don't waste it," John Piper admonishes young people.
Sadie Robertson's video reminds us that sometimes the most profound wisdom can come in the simplest of forms.
As Christians, we claim to be followers Jesus and his instructions. But do we remember who we are when the instructions are difficult to follow?
Dr. York describes the gateway to all other sins like adultery, dishonest finances, and laziness.
Take a look inside a bombed out church in Mosel, Iraq.
Thinking of proposing to your girlfriend? John Crist wants to help you make sure it's Instagram-worthy!
For those who are unable to conceive a child, infertility places a particularly heavy weight of suffering on the couple.
Revelation falls under the genre of Apocalypse, which is a type of Jewish literature that contains symbolic visions which reveal a “heavenly perspective on history in light of its final outcome."
“Christianity is not a white man’s religion—and don’t let anyone ever tell you that it’s white or black. Christ belongs to all people. He belongs to the whole world."
“I can’t edit God. I can’t decide what I should preach and what I shouldn’t preach."
"Prayer is the open admission that without Christ, we can do nothing.”
“When we defend religious freedom for people who disagree with us, we’re doing that because we believe in the gospel of Jesus Christ."
“If you want to be creative, you have to risk failure," Alan Hirsch argues.