Christians, It’s Time to Go on the Offensive

Rather than battening down the hatches, therefore, we need to go on an evangelism offensive. The secular consensus is crumbling, and we must humbly make the most of every opportunity—in the dorm room, at the bus stop, or by the water cooler. But we need to raise our game.

Why Your Digital Rants Aren’t Helping Anyone (Including You)

Have you ever changed your mind about something someone said to you in the comments of one of your Facebook posts? I’ve developed new opinions about the person doing the posting digital rants, but not usually new opinions about the issue they’re posting about.

Why Leader’s Time Management Skills Depend on Large Blocks of Time

Calendars fill up quickly. If leaders don’t manage their calendars then their calendars will manage them. In my view, one of the most important decisions leaders make in terms of management skills is how to plan their work.

What If Loneliness Is a Gift?

Being lonely gets a bad rap. And for good reason. One of our deepest, most basic human needs is to experience healthy attachment—or in non-psychological terms, to experience loving connection with someone who sees us. What if loneliness is a gift?

The Privilege of Intercession

“So the men turned from there and went towards Sodom, but Abraham still stood before the Lord.” (Genesis 18:22) This begins the last part of Genesis...

The Dangers of Disobedience

Disobedience has consequences. Raising our four children I often think of the hymn, “Trust and Obey.” The refrain says, “Trust and obey, for there’s no other way, to be happy in Jesus, than to trust and obey.”

The Christian Bubble: 7 Evidences We Might Be Stuck in It

It’s a problem for many of us. In fact, I contend that for most of us, the longer we’re in church and the higher...

How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex at Every Age

Have you been dreading “The Talk” with your kids? You know the one I’m talking about. The talk about “the birds and the bees” which actually has nothing at all to do with birds or bees. Let’s call it what it is. We’re talking about SEX. Curious about how to talk to your kids about sex?

The Tech-Wise Family: A Conversation About Parenting and Family

One of the top questions that I get from parents is navigating technology, whether that is smartphones, social media or television time.

WATCH: Russell Brand Calls His First Month as a Christian a...

In his latest update on his spiritual journey, actor Russell Brand celebrated his first month of being a Christian and spoke of an "inner illumination" that's now a present guide and guardrail in his everyday life.

Dennis Edwards: The Misconceptions Pastors Have About Humility

Dr. Dennis Edwards joins “The Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast” to share what he has learned about the true nature of humility and how church leaders can avoid some common misconceptions about what a life of humility means.