Any conversation about white privilege can be a contentious one. But for the sake of believers of all colors in our churches, it's one we need to have.
Everyone thinks they're a good listener. The only problem is that very few of us actually are. Here are 6 ways to improve your listening skills.
Women in church leadership can be a contentious conversation. Not everyone agrees on everything. But regardless of your stance, here are 4 ways to dignify the women in our church.
Social media isn't always the best place for meaningful conversation, though sometimes it can be. But what we must never do is comment on a post without fully reading it. Here's why.
We serve the God of abundance, and yet we often operate with a scarcity mentality. Here are 4 ways to begin thinking abundance rather than scarcity.
Every time a tragedy occurs, the first thing many people do is take to social media to share their “thoughts and prayers.” Whether it’s the horrors of an active shooter, the devastation of a natural disaster, or a destructive incident involving racially motivated violence, people react on social media by posting their “thoughts and prayers” and … Continue reading What To Do Instead Of Sending Thoughts And Prayers
Certain debates in the Church consume far more time, effort, and attention than they should. I believe the age of the earth is one of those debates. For the better part of a hundred and fifty years, Christians have been arguing over exactly how old the world is. While a traditional understanding says that creation is … Continue reading Why Christians Need To Stop Dividing Over The Age Of The Earth
Predestination is one of the more mysterious and controversial ideas we find in the bible. It’s the idea that God chose, from eternity past, those whom he would and wouldn’t bring to a saving relationship with himself. In other words, it was God’s sovereign choice who would and wouldn’t come to faith in Jesus.In 1 … Continue reading Does God Predestine Certain People To Hell?
Forgiveness. We all want to receive it without hesitation. But we’re so reluctant to give it to others. And it's not that we don't want to forgive people who have wronged us. We know that forgiveness is a good thing. We give lip service to it. We can even wax eloquent about the virtue of it. … Continue reading How To Forgive Someone Who Wronged You
Where did Jesus go when he died? When Jesus went to the Cross for us, he paid the penalty for our sins, and he made a way for us to be eternally reconciled to God. And on the third day, he rose in victory. But we're left with the question: where did Jesus go for … Continue reading Where Did Jesus Go When He Died?