January 22, 2022 marks the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. That's right—it's been almost half a century. My hope is that we won’t mark the 50th anniversary next year, because Roe will be overturned. But there is still work to do.
In the spirit of the letters of Paul, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote an imaginary letter from the Apostle Paul to American Christians. Here's what it said.
Of course, you already knew that reading the Bible helped you to grow. It's actually doing it that's a challenge. What are some ways churches are helping people to engage the Scriptures more intentionally?
One of the ways (perhaps the most effective way) to begin leading people toward greater Biblical literacy is regular and intentional Scripture engagement.
America can be proud of many things: our innovation, generosity and entrepreneurial spirit are unsurpassed. Yet when it comes to our nation understanding one of the greatest gifts ever given to humanity—the Bible—we're moving from dumb to dumber, and it's no laughing matter.
Left or right, our new pressures of ideological purity and tribal buzzwords eventually set their sights upon even the most absurd of targets. Case in point is the recent war conservatives have decided to wage on the Salvation Army.
What transpired between Pastor Jeffress' church and Donald Trump on a Sunday morning exemplifies where some evangelicals and some evangelical churches have deviated from the primary focus and primary mission of Christ’s church.
Jesus is here. God has come to us. And he is good—so much better than we ever imagined. Choose faith this Christmas.
Most Americans attend church during the Christmas season, and many would come if invited. We have a wonderful opportunity for effective outreach this holiday season, if we are willing to take it.
Research has shown that 47 percent of respondents indicated openness to Christian outreach during the holiday season.