Ravi Zacharias penned this prayer on July 8, 2016, after tragic events in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Dallas. His words of lament and hope were both timely and timeless, even as we mourn the recent examples of evil and injustice in our nation.
The Isaiah 54 Mother is given three precious promises, promises that are offered to each and every one of us regardless of our physical and maternal status.
Whether it be financial, social, or even worse, loss of life, there is a sense that we lack something or someone now that we had before the global pandemic.
On a global level, our response to this pandemic reveals deep truths about how human beings value each other. Biologist Xandra Carroll examines this in light of naturalism, survival of the fittest, and psychology.
In a time where self-reliance and human understanding is being tested to the max, not only are we reminded of our human limitations in the face of crisis, but that we have all too often ignored God and his word to guide us into the best way of living.
Alanzo Julian Paul responds to the devastating shooting that occurred in Nova Scotia in April in what is thought to be the country's worst-ever mass shooting.
Vince Vitale takes a sober look at this question, keeping the suffering and hardship faced around the world and God’s response at the forefront of his answer.
A reflection from Yutaro Kato on the traditional Asian custom of ancestor veneration, and how the gospel guides us in loving our families.
I’ve been thinking about how much the physical world reflects spiritual truths.
Does the reality of horrendous suffering disprove the existence of the goodness of God? Daniel Gilman demonstrates how the answer to our 21st century outrage is found in the dying words of Jesus on the first Good Friday.
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