N. T. Wright describes partnering between believers and God through describing a stonemason working on part of a great cathedral. This particular worker is not building a cathedral
God’s grace, redemption, and abounding love is offered to all of us no matter our backgrounds, past mistakes or the struggles we face. Christianity Today reserves the last page of each issue for a “compelling story of Christian conversion”
The best stories have character development. This is where a character changes throughout the events of the story.
One of the best cards you can draw in the game Monopoly is the “get out of jail free” card. It completely lets you off of the hook when you land in the ‘jail’ of the board game.
Do you have facial recognition on your phone? This technology allows you to unlock your phone based on the particulars of your face, in order to ensure your identity.
N. T. Wright describes partnering between believers and God through describing a stonemason working on part of a great cathedral.
“Not everything you read on the internet is true,” Abraham Lincoln is often quoted as saying.
Romans 6:8-14 captures the central tension of the Christian life on earth: we have died to sin, but we still sin. Why do we still sin if we have “died with Christ” and “also live with him” (v. 8)?
Discipleship is important because our faith is not grown simply by learning more about God. Conservationist Cara Daneel explained that environmental education experts found
At the heart of the gospel is love. God so loved the world he sent his Son, Jesus, to die on the cross (John 3:16). Because of this love God has for us we can love others
In the 19th century, a Belgian priest named Father Damien left the comforts of home behind
In 1986, Alan and Eric Barnhart started a crane-and-rigging company. They viewed their company as God’s
McCracken writes, “Following Christ is not one’s golden ticket to a white-picket-fence American dream. It’s an invitation to die, to pick up a cross”
Joseph Loconte’s book, The Searchers: A Quest for Faith in the Valley of Doubt, is an exploration of what happened during the conversion on the road to Emmaus.
Now Jesus, the perfect and final sacrifice, would die for the sins of all humanity in order to deliver all who believe from sin and death forever.
In the May 2015 issue of Christianity Today, Richard Clark highlighted an emerging group of Christian video game-makers who were rising to prominence.
A priest was confronted by a soldier while he was walking down a road in pre-revolutionary Russia. The soldier, aiming his rifle at the priest, commanded,
“Life is wasted if we do not grasp the glory of the cross, cherish it for the treasure that it is, and cleave to it as the highest price of every pleasure and the deepest comfort in every pain.
Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Auschwitz survivor Elie Wiesel passed away on July 2, 2016, at the age of 87. He is remembered for many things,
“When a soldier bows to his general, or a scholar to his teacher, he is yielding his will—his life—he gives himself to the rule and mastery and the power of another.