“Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church and gave himself for her to make her holy, cleansing her with the washing of water by the word.” Ephesians 5:25-26 CSB Many people get stuck on Paul’s directive in Ephesians 5 for wives to submit to their husbands. But
On “Listening” to Millennials (and What Does that Even Mean) (Yes, I’m sorry, this is a piece about Millennials.) Honestly, I feel bad for churches and older leaders trying to get a handle on reaching Millennials. One of the biggest things the recent literature tells churches to do is “listen” to
Do you often feel dry spiritually? Or just cold? Like something is missing? Many people have been Christians since they were little. They are well versed in the facts and stories of the Bible, but they are no longer captivated by them. Others are just bored with Jesus. There’s no
Imagine if you had a truth serum that would force you to disclose who you really are and what you really think, fear, and value? In some ways, you already do: the digital search engine on your phones and devices. That’s the argument of a new book that I think
“Some people are single for a season, and some people are single for a reason.” This adage was my constant companion during my single years. Its purpose was clear: some women are single just because they’re waiting for Mr. Right, and some people are single because they’re actively repelling Mr.
It’s no secret that J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis were legendary frenemies. But while they may have sparred over fantasy and religion, they shared one little-known viewpoint: a disdain for the works of Walt Disney. Literary friendships are often thought of in the driest abstract, with learned people of letters