Here are a few leadership tactics found in the Bible that I’ve never seen a Christian use well.
We need to recruit, coach, and utilize “prophets who also play” vs. “performers who can pray.”
Realizing your calling isn’t an easy task, but these tips can help you stay on track.
Allow the cinematic experience of Christian films to inspire and surprise you in new ways.
Six reasons to expand those relationships that are outside of your Christian bubble.
Five reasons to claim the experiential, creative, communal nature of Christian scripture.
A Q&A with pastor John Ortberg on God’s will, Dr. Seuss, and walking through open doors.
High obesity rates in America are not the result of a mass deficiency in will power.
Stop looking for your future husband and look for a date instead.
Direct the conversation to Jesus . . . and other tips for gracefully dialoguing with atheist friends.
How should Christians think through Johnny Manziel’s rehab announcement?
The “Blue Like Jazz” author on how he lost everything — his money, his health, and his existential crisis.
The Bible commands that we visit widows and orphans in their affliction. Start here.
Let us call to mind where we’ve been and what we need to do to make this a better year for all people.
A potential convert faces telling her family about the decision.
As a Jewish man who believes in Jesus, I have ample opportunity to hear what Christians say.
Shame is very much a ubiquitous, usually invisible scourge in American culture.
A recent skirmish over a Muslim service at the National Cathedral raises questions about sacred space.
Will the least religious generation in decades also have the country’s most stable marriages?