In The Problem of Pain, C. S. Lewis writes of how pain can refine us and how though we would wish for it less, yet it creates a work of art
Have you ever tried to return something to the store without a receipt? It can sometimes be a hassle, because your receipt
“[In an article for Decision magazine], Samuel Kamaleson illustrates [the difficulty of submission] through a Christian folk story
Apart from Christ, we’re dead in our transgressions and sins. To trespass is to enter into a place you ought not go.
Imagine yourself going to a computer store and asking to see the latest MacBook Pro. The salesman shows you the computer
A recent study, published by the Royal Society of Open Science, studied everyday language on five continents and found that
Recidivism is a problem in the American justice system. Recidivism refers to the likelihood of an individual who has been released
Imagine children in a home being told to pick up. They’ll fight the parent over it. They don’t want to do it. But the minute the parent
Brennan Manning was a Franciscan priest who struggled with alcoholism. Eventually, his alcoholism led him out of the priesthood.
Do you know about the Lord, or do you know the Lord? The difference between these two questions is as big as the Grand Canyon.
Have you ever observed someone making something from scratch? Maybe it was bread. Perhaps you’ve seen someone make
Imagine going to the tech store and inquiring about the latest smartphone. The tech guy begins to explain all of its many features
The gospel goes beyond individuals being saved from their sins and going to heaven after they die. The gospel involves the full scope
Several years back, the satirical news site The Onion ran a fake story with the headline “‘I Make My Own Hours,’ Says Man about to Get Fired”
In our world today, we have this aversion to any kind message that strikes us as judgmental: that maybe the way we want to live
A grandfather was working in his workshop on a warm spring afternoon. He watched out the window as his grandson rode his bike in the driveway and then returned to his tasks.
The grace and love of Christ can still change a persecutor of Christians, as with Saul who became Paul, to the vilest of sinners, as with the Son of Sam who became the son of hope.
The true story of a modern-day persecutor that found salvation. “Everybody thought he was dead. He simply had to be dead.
This before-and-after photo comparison from the TV show Fixer Upper shows the incredible restoration of an old, dilapidated house
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”