Do you think you don't have time to read a book? I'll tell you how to read two hundred this year. Seriously.
Almost nobody knows what's happening to the Christians of Nigeria—but even fewer care. Here's why we should.
A Christian worldview impacts every area of life. Including making your house a home.
It turns out that Planned Parenthood is not interested in seeing you if you're planning to become a parent. So why do they keep insisting otherwise? Money.
One aspect of Christianity is so amazing, that it impresses even the CBS Evening News.
What were they thinking? An embarrassing article in The Atlantic reveals so much about the state of the pro-choice movement.
When does allowing someone to die turn into encouraging someone to die? Always.
Why would India block foreign donations to help poor children? The answer is Hindutva, which literally means "Hinduness."
We've heard a lot about the flurry of "snowflakes" on college campuses. But it's more like a blizzard.
Some claim that Christianity is a "religion of the powerful." But try telling that to persecuted Christians!
Most folks laugh when they read that gravity is a social construct. But most folks aren't academics.
You can learn a lot from fairy tales. But first you have to know whether you're living in one.
It's been a great few years for biblical archaeology. Here are three of our favorite examples.
When we save just one life from abortion, we're saving the future. I'll explain with a beautiful story.
They say Rome wasn't built in a day, but you can do something to help rebuild marriage in just one week! That Christians are concerned about the institution of marriage is nothing new. But when leading cultural gatekeepers catch on, it's eye-opening.
Now, if you can get to Washington, please do! But if you can't, you can still be a part of the most significant cause of our day: the cause for life. How?
If it's right to oppose the killing of human beings at the beginning of life, why do so many evangelicals say it's okay near the end of life?
One of the best summations of God's promises to Israel and mankind is as close as your nearest hymnal.
It's one of the most beloved movies of all time. But I wonder how many people miss the gospel message in "It's a Wonderful Life."
So, what are you reading these days? Actually, let me back up. Are you reading these days?
Advent has been buried under a pile of twinkle lights, plastic reindeer, and the Grinch. Here's why.
Hey — guess what? There's something cosmically special about us human beings after all. Even the Washington Post says so.
France has banned the faces of smiling children from television. Why?
If you're a parent, what I'm about to share on BreakPoint today just might scare the heck out of you. But you need to hear it.
At the height of World War II, there was room in America for conscientious objectors. Where are we now?