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Lifestyle Christianity

‘Shame on You’ Todd White Says to Critics in Sermon Addressing His Repentance

In a new sermon he gave at Lifestyle Christianity Center in Texas on Sunday, White says that while his conviction has grown to preach the gospel and to “wake up a sleeping church,” it is his critics, not him, who need to realign their priorities. 
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Lentz: White Christians Need to Stop Being Apathetic About Racism

Emmanuel Acho had an uncomfortable conversation with Carl Lentz and wanted to know: Why is the white American church largely absent from the fight against racism?
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Wade Mullen: How to Recognize Spiritual Abuse in Evangelicalism

How adept are you at recognizing the patterns of spiritual abuse in evangelicalism? Dr. Wade Mullen shares his insights on this topic based on extensive research, Scripture, and his personal experience.
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N.T. Wright on the Christian Response When Bad Things Happen

While some have argued that the pandemic is a sign of God’s judgment, N.T. Wright believes Scripture shows us a different response to when bad things happen.
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Esau McCaulley: This Is Why Fighting Systemic Racism Is Biblical

Rev. Canon Esau McCaulley believes the Bible shows us that sin is both personal and corporate in nature and that fighting systemic racial sin is not a political agenda, but the church's duty.
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Pittsburgh Steelers QB Wants to Be a Better Christian Than Athlete

During a virtual conference for men, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger opened up about his struggles with alcohol and pornography addiction.
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Tony Evans Father’s Day Sermon: Men Need to Make a Choice

Dr. Tony Evans delivered a challenging Father’s Day sermon this year. The pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship asked men to evaluate who they were going serve this year.
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Chip and Joanna Ask Emmanuel Acho If It’s Good to Be ‘Color Blind’

In his third installment of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,” former NFL player Emmanuel Acho talked to Chip and Joanna Gaines—and all five of their kids.
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Phil Vischer’s 17-Minute History Lesson Is Worth Every Second of Your Time

If you want to know why people are protesting, start here. In this 17-minute walk through U.S. history, Phil Vischer describes the policies that perpetuated the unjust treatment of black people.
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4 Pastors Discuss: The Role of a Black Father

What's it like to raise black kids in America right now? Four pastors weigh in on what it's like to be a black father and how it differs from raising children of another demographic.
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Tony Evans: How to Be a Part of the Solution, Not Just the Complaint

“I encourage you to righteously protest unrighteousness, wherever you find it,” Tony Evans says in his video. However, his advice comes with a caveat: It’s not enough to protest. We also need to act in order to be a part of the solution.
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Emmanuel Acho: Dear White People, This Is How You Can Help

Former NFL player Emmanuel Acho has started a video series called “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.” In the first installment, Acho responds to his white friends who want to know what they can do to help bring racial healing to the U.S.
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Robert Morris: Why Many White Christians Don’t Understand Racial Tension

Morris' powerful illustration works to show a root reason for the current racial tension and arguments around racism embroiling the U.S.: “We have a problem in our country, mainly because white people don’t understand."
Jack Brewer

Jack Brewer: Racism Is a Spiritual Enemy, Not a Physical One

Former NFL player Jack Brewer hopes America can keep their eye on the real enemy as the country observes both peaceful protests and violent riots.
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The Gift of Healing: Francis Chan on His Change of Mind

“For many years I didn’t believe in healing. I didn’t believe in miracles—it was pretty much what I was taught in seminary,” Francis Chan said. Recently, though, Chan changed his mind.
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Rick Warren: Sin of Prejudice Particularly Acute Right Now

“When people are in a crisis, they often look for scapegoats to blame and they become more wary and even fearful of people not like themselves,” Rick Warren says. He believes the global pandemic has exacerbated the sin of partiality in our world.
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WATCH: Pastor Sings ‘Glory of Love’ From Sanctuary, Advances on The Voice

While expressing appreciation for the community-wide support, the father of eight calls his family “the fan club that matters most.”
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Cherubim Look Like Naked Babies and Other Myths We Believe About Angels

In popular culture, a “cherub” is a baby with wings. However, cherubim as the Bible depicts them are quite different. 
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Andy Stanley: This Is What James Meant by ‘consider it pure joy’

Why does James tell us to "consider it pure joy" when we face trials of any kind? Andy Stanley contends it's because these trials will show us something about ourselves that nothing else can.
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WATCH the Social Distancing Version of ‘Still Rolling Stones’

Watch Christian musician Lauren Daigle perform her hit song 'Still Rolling Stones' while practicing social distancing with her bandmates.
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Latest News

Marriage in the Pandemic: Here’s How Couples Are Faring

Attorney Elizabeth Lindsey, president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, says she and other divorce lawyers generally have kept busy, in some cases grappling with pandemic-related complications regarding child visitation rights.

New Podcasts

Christian Nationalism Podcast Series: Should Your Church Be Alarmed?

In our series on Christian Nationalism, host Jason Daye talks with Dr. Timothy Keller, Franklin Graham, Dr. Samuel Perry, and Dr. Glenn Packiam. You won't want to miss a single episode.