Eric Metaxas

Christian Post Contributor

Reviving the Churches of Rural America

Overall, the country's "non-metro" areas have lost an average of 43,000 residents every year since 2010. So it's hardly surprising that urban and suburban ministry is a focus for so many. But what about the lost sheep scattered in the countryside? Their churches are shrinking and their pastors are disappearing.

'Mully' the Magnificent: Go See This Film

If you've ever wondered what it would look like for someone to take up the Lord on His offer, literally, then I invite you—no, make that I urge you—to see a fantastic new documentary called "Mully." The title won't bowl you over, but I am pretty sure the film will.

The Importance of Good News: Headlines You're Not Hearing

There have been vast improvements in human flourishing worldwide. Yet why do a vanishingly small six percent of Americans think the world as a whole is becoming a better place? We can blame the press for overplaying the worst stories but the blame also falls on our shoulders.

The Western Baby Bust: Who Will the Leaders Lead?

European leaders are begging their fellow citizens to have children. But it seems like a "Do as we say, not as we do," kind of message. From Tokyo to London, people are having fewer and fewer children: In some cases, they're having barely half as many kids as are needed to maintain a stable population without relying on mass immigration.

Welcoming Singles Into Your Church

Many churches today "don't know what to do with the single and childless." What should the church do to ensure that singles are every bit as much a part of the life of the church as married folks?