John Pavlovitz can clearly remember the day he chose to be heterosexual – here he writes about his story.
Religious freedom laws open the doors for abuse and discrimination in the name of God.
John Pavlovitz has had it with the hypocrisy of some guys, and here’s why.
These people wouldn’t know what Christian is if it bit them in the ass on the Road to Damascus.
Just because there is a separation of Church and State doesn’t mean a Christian should separate their personal faith from their political endeavors.
Is this another “Church vs. State” stunt or a real call to action for philosophical and religious education?
I’m a Christian and a pastor and I stand fully against Donald Trump.
Should love and sex be available only to male-dominated, monogamous, and heterosexual pairs?
He managed his freedom, desire, and identity, regardless of the worlds that told him he was never good enough.
Violently forcing people to believe the way we do, or taking away their basic human rights because they believe differently cannot be humanely justified.
What might be the solution to such existential despair? How about better tribes? We need tribes that depend on compasses, not maps.
It’s likely that none of this will spare me from the brimstone future awaiting me, but that’s not why I’m doing them.
Mike Berry has something to say about how a healthy marriage works.
Here’s how to enjoy a stronger, more powerful prayer life.
Bottom line: the church should not be in the business of excluding people.
In all the expressions of the divine, is there really only one thing that has worth or meaning?