Are there other Biblical reasons we as Christians believe it’s wrong to commit suicide? Continue reading The Right to Choose Death
A few weeks ago I was surprised to learn that, according to a new study, divorce rates are steadily declining. Why? It seems that our generation has a different perspective on marriage than previous generations. Continue reading Marriage and Millenials
Should we spurn Valentine’s Day and shield ourselves from all things romantic? Should I spend February 14 locked away in my closet with my Bible? Continue reading Caution: Conversation Hearts Ahead
Among a millenia-wide smorgasbord of ideas and worldviews, books give us the perfect opportunity to jumpstart the process of learning discernment. Continue reading Reading as an Act of Discipleship
The biggest area of concern we, as Christians, should have with #metoo is its inability to achieve its goal. Continue reading What about #Metoo?
So take a personal lesson from Leah. Are you tempted to compromise with the world in order to avoid hard and uncomfortable situations, or do you cling to Christ? Continue reading Learning from our Persecuted Family
If beauty really does flow straight from God’s essence, why are we so wary of it? Continue reading Why Beauty Matters
All around us, God’s children are to bring peace, to make peace. Not the peace of a Thomas Kinkade painting, but a peace that, far from ignoring the harsh realities, gets to the root of all harsh realities Continue reading Our World’s Fragile Peace (and What You Should Do About It)
We just don’t have time to do everything. Or do we? Continue reading Don’t Have Time?
Can a God who allows tragedy really be trusted and loved without fear? Continue reading Love is a Risk