Instead of spending so much energy trying to repackage religion for the religious “nones,” maybe churches should focus on being faithful to God.
As unwelcome as it may seem at the time, hearing hard truths spoken in love opens the door to spiritual growth.
After the Easter sugar high ends, the real work of resurrection begins.
The Louie Giglio imbroglio suggests it’s time for Baptists to re-examine how the government co-opts prayer at public occasions.
Gradynutt.com remembers a beloved Baptist comic whose life was cut short in a plane crash 30 years ago.
The modern “Christmas Season” is a cultural reality but has little to do with faith.
With Thanksgiving Day gatherings seldom living up to the Norman Rockwell ideal, maybe it’s time to develop year-round habits to remove some of the pressure.
We learned in vacation Bible school that following Jesus was an instant formula for a lifetime of happiness. So why do so many Christ-followers find easy acquisition of these things so painfully elusive?
Preparing for a looming hurricane begs a question about how much “stuff” you really need to survive.