Should religious freedom take precedence over equal human rights? If so, whose religion, and which sect do we choose?
One the other side of pain, my father showed me how to grow closer to G-d.
I was a pastor and I nearly gave up on God. And I am not alone. Many of my fellow pastors and friends from theological school have walked away from it all. Faith for me is like an ever-renewing resource, like a rechargeable battery. It can grow strong and at times it will fade. It…
People who feel deeply about their religion only need to believe they have God’s approval, backed up by their interpretation of the truth. Then, all bets are off.
That a highly controlled Singapore decided to give this play a go-ahead is a clear signal that no place on earth can continue to ignore underlying tension amongst communities that need to flourish together.
The most important thing is to never put up the white flag, and always leave room for growth and improvement.
Star of stage and screen, dad, husband, and storyteller Ryan O’Quinn brings hope and healing this holiday season.
I’m sick and tired of people that use the title of “Christian” with their mouth—and out of that same mouth also comes bigotry, hate, shame, slander, name calling, sexism, racism, homophobia, self-righteous rhetoric, and maybe the worst of all…pride.
Believing that we are connected to something bigger and more timeless than our frail physical bodies sustains us in difficult times.
Scott Barthelmes shares his 6 tips on how to break the cycle.
Chris Forte shares his daily discipline of growing closer to God.
I have found we have to allow life and situations to breathe within their own time of being. I had to stop trying to control the outcome.
Just because there is a separation of Church and State doesn’t mean a Christian should separate their personal faith from their political endeavors.
Mike Berry has faith in his son.
Author and Poet Terrell Washington Anansi writes about the beauty of starting fresh.
In wake of the recent tragedies this country has endured, faith can get a little tough.