Without Christ, people can still seek justice. But it will be a prisoner to the whims of the society or culture in question
All churches start well. Some stay faithful; some wither away. But is it worth our time to listen to the stories behind the rise and fall of a church?
God has ordained His people to be His own, set apart to be holy. But often, we’re unable to even rejoice in our unique position in Christ
How did James go from a skeptical, unbelieving brother to a sold-out, church-leading servant of Christ? That seems like such an unlikely transformation
What if our final destination isn’t a disembodied heaven? What if the end goal is a new earth, where God’s justice reigns?
The Bible is not explicit in recommending an extended period of rest for leadership, so this is a matter of prudence, not obedience
What practical steps can Christian communities take to protect the vulnerable among those they are called to care for?
True worship is carried along by the Holy Spirit based on the truths of God’s Word. So, how does this play out when the church gathers?
Some believers see no connection between the local church members and their spiritual life. Here’s why that’s problematic
How the church can better equip itself to respond to those suffering from poor mental health — both inside its ranks and beyond
Music is an integral part of worship. But what about songs produced by churches that do not have a strong theological base?
God has given the church leaders to shepherd and guide the flock. A single verse in Hebrews offers a quick word to benefit both pastors and members
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