The growing suspicion that Christians are facing from the wider culture makes this conversation an increasingly urgent one.
If we are ever unsure whether to decide to show mercy to someone, or to judge them, it’s best to always err on the side of mercy.
The memoir written by Ronald Reagan’s post-presidency Executive Assistant is an affectionate and intimate reflection of his final years.
When we’re tempted to focus on our weakness, we should instead focus on our completeness in Jesus.
It’s true that God may choose to work a miracle for you, but that’s not, at its core, what redemption is all about.
If you’re a Christian, tattoos can cause quite the controversy. Are tattoos really blasphemous to God? Here’s one pastor’s opinion.
To wait is to wrestle against the need for an immediate response and it might just be that in the waiting, we learn more than we would in an answer.
It’s the big question that has been asked for centuries by atheists and Christians alike… so is there really an answer?
Sometimes offence can’t always be avoided. Here are 4 things you can do that will hopefully help reconcile the conversation and the relationship.
History is littered with stories of people who have been able to conquer nations but not their own lives. So how does God call us to handle them?