Being a Single Adoptive Parent on Mission by K. Faith Morgan

"So, what are you doing about it now?" my pastor asked when I told him God had called me to foster care. One question --...

Failure Is a Key to Growth by Tom Arthur

I've been experimenting with ways to grow my church. I know "church growth" is sometimes a bad word, but at its best, church growth...

News is Entertainment; Entertainment is News

The United Nations described it as a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing,” the military offensive that led to the exodus of Rohingya Muslims in...

King’s Dream Will Succeed if Our Relationships Are Rooted in the Bible by Nicole...

April 4 marks the 50-year anniversary since the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. In a time of resurging hate groups and racially charged...

Sen. James Lankford Says to Honor MLK’s Legacy by Engaging People Who Are Different

Half a century ago, the voice of love and equality, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was tragically murdered in Memphis, Tennessee. Despite the shocking end...

John W. Whitehead Says America Hasn’t Learned a Thing: Racism, Materialism and Militarism Still...

As a nation, we have a tendency to sentimentalize cultural icons in death in a way that renders them non-threatening, antiseptic and easily digested...

Ken Blackwell on ‘America First’ Is Not About Being Against Foreigners

It's not about being against foreigners. All nations put their people first. If there's hard work to do in the world, they turn to...

Michael Brown Responds to Dennis Prager on Adultery, Character, and Leadership

In light of the media's obsession with Stormy Daniels and her alleged tryst with Donald Trump, Dennis Prager has returned to the question of whether one...

What Easter Should Tell Us About What Government Should Be

by Jenna Ellis Easter Sunday is not just a religious holiday. It is a celebration of a factual event upon which the prior scope of...
Why do some believers want scientists not to explain 'supernatural' events like the parting of the Red Sea scientifically?

Why Are Most Scientists Afraid to Touch Religion When Many of History’s Great Scientists...

by Zulfikar Abbany Science and journalism are kindred spirits: Both rely on curiosity, the courage to ask tough questions, and deal fairly and ethically with...

Pat Buchanan: If Jesus Didn’t Die to Save Us from Hell, What Did He...

by Patrick J. Buchanan “Pope Declares No Hell?” So ran the riveting headline on the Drudge Report of Holy Thursday. Drudge quoted this exchange, published in La...

What I Saw at the ‘March for Life’ and the ‘March for Our Lives’...

This year, I’ve attended two marches related to causes that matter to me: the March for Life in Washington in January, and the March...
Academics said Romans stripped and “violated” Jesus before his crucifixion (GETTY IMAGES)

Do We Really Have to Put Jesus in the Middle of Everything? UK Professor...

An unlikely figurehead has been co-opted into Hollywood's Me Too movement - Jesus Christ. A New Zealand professor from the University of Otago and an...
'White evangelicals find it hard to believe that white Christian terrorists can truly exist.' Photograph: -/AFP/Getty Images

Most Media Isn’t Calling the Austin Bomber a ‘Terrorist’: Some Say it’s Because he’s...

Racial and religious privilege intersect in how the Austin serial bomber is being perceived by Daniel José Camacho If a Muslim man planted bombs in predominately white...

The Pro-Life Argument for Raising Awareness for Down Syndrome

If you were on Twitter or Facebook yesterday you might have seen it: a video of 50 moms, each with their Down syndrome child, signing and singing to...

Finding Freedom at the End of Yourself by Liz Wann

God has used marriage and motherhood to bring me to the end of myself. In my single years, I took pride in my emotional stability, my...

The Secret to Inspiring Others by Kurt Bubna

Inspiration matters. Inspiration is that experience you feel deep in your soul, a longing to do something creative, fresh and maybe even brilliant. You encounter or...

The Sometimes Painful Cost of Leadership by Kurt Bubna

As I look back over the many decades of my life, I can see two things very clearly: God’s goodness and my badness. I can tell you...

What Will You Do Each Day to Make Our World and Those Around You...

As what all too quickly happens, the New Year pizazz motivates us to make some positive changes or accomplishments with our lives and year...

What You Can Do to Keep Your Organization on Mission by Daniel Montgomery

Coca-Cola’s disastrous attempt to sell “New Coke” Sony’s decision to diversify itself into relative obscurity The West Wing, Seasons 5-7 What do these things have in common? Each is...