While discrimination toward people created in the image of God should, indeed, be opposed, the Equality Act does so in ways that significantly disregard religious liberty concerns.
The arrogant pastor. Even writing a blog post on this almost guarantees comments about pots and kettles. I'm as human as you are. And if we are all honest with ourselves, we would admit that it is a struggle for each of us in some way.
In recent months, I have run across several people in dysfunctional churches and unhealthy organizations. The issue continues to grow and, although such organizations can actually do good, the harm they cause to many others is immeasurable.
Though many Catholics left for more vibrant evangelical services, many miss the sense of awe and reverence seen in the liturgy of the church, as it “represented something sacred and beautiful.”
Comments on a Facebook group called "Geneva Commons" took aim at author Aimee Byrd, a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. The comments point out the denomination's need to address misogyny in its ranks.
One of the tools we can use for training people to get comfortable talking with others, inviting them to our weekend worship gatherings, and...
I was asked to be a judge this year for the 2019 Evangelical Press Association Higher Goals Contest for the area of evangelism. There were...
Welcome to the age of outrage, my friend. Who knew that technology would empower some of our worst attributes instead of our best? Staying on...
Living in such a nominal religious context presents some dangers, difficulties, and directives for believers who are passionately committed to king Jesus.
“Unbelievers need to see that we care for them, not just their postmortem souls but all of who they are as fallen image-bearers of God.”