Whatever you may think about Jesus, you can’t deny his incredibly positive effect on both the history of the world, and on the lives of countless people.
By: Anne Rinaudo
It is easy to love the people who accept our love and to care for those grateful to be helped. Does our call to love our neighbour really include the gruff and ungrateful, the people who have been removed from society for criminal acts?
Above: Photo by Sheridan Voysey
By: Sheridan Voysey
Some days I wonder why I am a Christian. In a secular age, it isn’t great for your career (as someone told me last week, “Admitting you’re a Christian in my circles is professional suicide”). In some countries, claiming the faith can literally sign your death sentence. And there are so many alternatives in the religious marketplace now.
By: Akos Balogh
Christians are increasingly marginalised by a society growing suspicious of our views (especially our views on sexuality). In response, Christians should be ready to ‘lose well’, whenever we face such opposition.
By: Anne Rinaudo
President Ronald Reagan chose Peggy Grande to work at his side for 10 years, and together they created a powerful partnership. Serving as his post-presidency Executive Assistant, Peggy had a front row seat to history and got to know Ronald Reagan the man, not just the president.
Believers love to tell stories of how God miraculously intervened to save someone from tragedy. It’s good to share these stories. However, they’re also one of the reasons why some non-believers reject Christianity: because they know that’s not what life is like at all.
By: Sabrina Peters
To a regular person “Tattoos” are no biggie. Getting inked is in. It’s cool, artistic, prolific in our generation. It’s a way to express yourself, your individuality, your passions, your pleasures, your causes, your people or just your girlfriend’s name on your bicep.