The partnership reflects the influence of Reformed theology on evangelicalism and megachurches on theological training.
Why we need to flip our entitlement mentality.
Can the evil of ISIS be overcome with good? Or is bombing them our only hope?
Wendy Allsup, a former deacon and ministry leader at Mark Driscoll’s church, explains what went wrong at Mars Hill — and why she has hope for the future.
Once again, a young black man is the symbol of a societal dysfunction. Can we flip the script?
The United States’ military strategy in Iraq ensures further pain, suffering, and chaos in the region.
Imagine taking two days a year and devoting them to the celebration of inter-connectedness and inter-dependence.
Here’s a look at what you should know about the Jewish New Year.
One of four new years, Rosh Hashanah is the biggie — when we ask for forgiveness and start the next year with a clean slate.
Congress closes. Some schools close. Jewish friends are nicer than usual. What’s going on here?
I took a long sigh when the five-hour service at my local Jewish synagogue was over, but I learned a lot from it.
Three steps that will bring us closer to ushering in justice for undocumented immigrants.
How evangelicals can follow the way of the cross into immigration reform.
Our country has an obligation — moral and legal — to provide protection to these children, and to not deport them back to gangs and unspeakable violence.
A recent survey found that most Americans support offering aid to child refugees and migrants, rather than deporting them immediately.
My father’s old-fashioned discipline was rooted in the advice and example of his community, his parents, and his church.