Almost half of millennial evangelicals believe it's wrong to try and convert others to Christianity. In this episode of the podcast, we explore why that is, as well as a better way forward.
In 2020, time has seemed to slow down. Yet many of us feel more tired than ever. So here are 4 ways to be intentional about rest daily.
Everyone agrees that 2020 has been rife with problems, from a global pandemic to racial unrest and a bitter election cycle. But here are 3 ways you might unknowingly be contributing to the chaos you hate.
On this episode of the podcast, we continue our discussion on the bible by tackling questions of biblical authority, translations, and study tips.
Most people have good intentions and would never knowingly do something evil. But here are 5 ways Christians' actions don't always line up with their intentions and we call things good when they're actually evil.
For the next two weeks on the podcast, we'll explore how we know we can trust the bible. This week, we talk about something called textual criticism and how it helps us know that the bible says now what it said at the time of its writing.
Reaching people for Jesus often requires winning them over. So reputation matters. Here are 3 things hurting the Church's reputation in the world.
Do COVID-19 restrictions constitute persecution of the American Church? We're not so sure. In this episode of the podcast, we discuss why that is.
Recently, there's been a lot of public discourse about freedom in America. But what is the biblical perspective on personal freedom? Here are 3 truths.
Abortion is a difficult topic to speak about. In this episode of the podcast we explore how to approach this conversation biblically and empatheticallly.