Even during his first moments on earth, Jesus chose the marginalized, the poor, the lowly and humble, to be the stars of his story.
“Simply stated, there is no such thing as transgender. You’re either XX or XY. That’s it."
Tim Hawkins shares about the best and most humorous parts of Christmas.
Based on a series of questions to self-professing evangelicals, Ligonier has come to the conclusion that evangelicals have rejected much of the tenants of Christianity.
"Faith doesn’t make loss hurt less."
“A lot of people say it’s coincidence; I say big God."
Gradually, through the church’s sensitivity to her situation, Butterfield learned that “the biggest sin in my life was unbelief, not homosexuality."
The book of Daniel offers hope that should motivate faithfulness.
Despite the way it sounds, if mom says you're going to kingdom come, that's not a vacation spot.
Paul encouraged the Philippians: When you are persecuted or face hardships, you are living out Jesus' story.
“Christian slaves, your submission to your master is totally different than the submission of all other slaves.”
If you’ve ever known the agony of infertility or the ache of unanswered prayer, Moore’s testimony will give you hope.
“Strategic plans will never build a church—Jesus will."
The church is obsessed with entertainment and there exists “a hatred of correction and a hatred of reproof” inside our walls.
The Southern Baptists saw more baptisms in a single year during this revival than any other time.
“Out of all the pages of the Bible that it would be open to, that was remarkable.”
"It would make sense for me to think that God couldn’t possibly be good."
How do I get through a “light, momentary affliction” that doesn’t feel very light or momentary?
“If I didn’t have Chip Gaines in my life, I’d still be dreaming in my head, but not acting out on any of that, not living it out,” Joanna says.
This is where the book of Job enters the scene: Right as the reader is questioning God’s wisdom and justice.