A letter from nine current Mars Hill pastors to fellow elders offers the most trenchant criticism of Mark Driscoll yet.
I had to start exercising so that I wouldn’t die. But the threat of death turned out to be the wrong motivation.
Why believing in nothing has not left a void in my life.
The American journalist’s murder by the Islamic State has Christians debating whether he should be considered a martyr.
Stripped of his diplomatic immunity, Jozef Wesolowski could be sent to the Dominican Republic, where he preyed on young boys.
When we celebrate the downfall of another, we wake to realize we are also celebrating our own.
An event like this should help us hear God’s invitation to us to break down human boundaries.
What I’ve learned from living in the most diverse neighborhood in all of America.
10 representative Tweets on Ferguson from nationwide Christian leaders.
Churches in Ferguson, Missouri are among the first to respond to the area’s urgent needs. You can help.
As white Christians debate who’s going to hell, the black community is already there, and nobody seems to give a damn.
In the case of Iraq’s religious minorities, the Obama White House’s time delay has had deadly results.
A coalition of religious leaders has signed a petition urging for military force to stop the killing of religious minorities in Iraq.
A list of organizations facing funding shortfalls for their urgent work in Iraq.
Whose suffering matters to you? With whom are you willing to stand?
Gretta Vosper says prayer is “being attuned to the world” and church “has to be on the edge of whatever is next.” Is her congregation the future of church?