Scriptures used to condone slavery hundreds of years ago remain a source of contention & confusion in modern society. We unpack the most common verses used to justify one of the most deplorable institutions created, honing in on 2 key points along the way.
The firestorm of angry tweets that followed an image of Ellen DeGeneres and George Bush sitting together at a Dallas Cowboys game reveal our culture is holding up a cracked facade of tolerance in dire need of restoration.
Part two of How to Practice the Spiritual Discipline of Journaling.
A pastor’s daughter involved in a large youth group growing up, RZIM Speaker Michelle Tepper takes an honest look at purity culture, offering four areas to consider as the church continues the conversation on Christian dating, sex, and relationships.
"The world has changed, churches have changed, expectations have grown, and the questions have intensified, but a pastor’s role is needed more than ever." Ravi Zacharias comments on the vital role of pastors this Pastor Appreciation Month.
How can you respectfully disagree, without hurting a relationship? What happens when you don't know the answer to a question about Christianity? Alycia Wood suggests three key components to having better conversations between those with whom you disagree.
An interview with Amy Orr-Ewing on Premier Christian Radio.
A reflection from Ravi Zacharias on the recent shootings.
Should a desire to flourish be our ultimate purpose in life? Max Jeganathan explains why love is the key to finding true contentment in life.
We are the most interconnected we have ever been, but we are the loneliest we have ever been. We work hard to build homes, bank accounts, and identities for ourselves but we still struggle for significance. What is the key to flourishing?
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