Don’t Put Faith in Your Doubt

“Question everything,” my generation has been told. To many millennials, doubting any information passed down to us comes as second nature. […]
October 16, 2017 by Kelsi Klembara

Piercing Evangelism

In a recent movie on Emily Dickinson, I was reminded of the vast difference between the faith of the Lutheran […]

Object Fixation and Christian Sexuality

When I was dean of theology at an interdenominational evangelical university, some of the freshmen guys started sharing their frustrations […]
September 22, 2017 by Dr. Jeff Mallinson

Spiritual Anorexia

Recently a woman asked me, “do you think I’m a Christian?” She had recently become obsessed with this question. She is […]

When We Get Our Spiritual House In Order, We’ll Be Dead

“When we get our spiritual house in order, we’ll be dead. This goes on. You arrive at enough certainty to […]

One Victim, One Trauma, One Violent Death

What is it about modern American society that is so dispiriting to people? Even at home, there are great stresses […]
August 15, 2017 by Donavon Riley

A Confessing Church

A confessing church is a confident church. It’s not perpetually on the defense. It has no thought police. It needs […]
August 09, 2017 by Dr. Wade Johnston

The Key to Discipleship

We live in a strange time where the church has found ways of turning Bible verses into clichés or platitudes […]

When Jesus Stands Center Stage

When God points to Christ and His gifts we more often than not prefer to suck the divine thumb than […]
August 01, 2017 by Donavon Riley

The Devil’s Music?

In a BBC Newshour report on a day in May, just two years ago, I heard a sad but beautiful […]
July 21, 2017 by David Rufner