Can you imagine a whole 24 hours without turning on the TV, checking emails, or using your cell phone? Well, don’t try to imagine it. Do it!
As one of my colleagues observed, Seven Pounds could have been a very different kind of film.
Is it time for evangelicals to opt out of politics? One leading columnist thinks so. But I disagree.
As Chuck Colson shared yesterday, these are troubling times for human dignity and the pro-life movement.
Yes, these are tough times, but the Church thrives in tough times.
The Book of James tells us that pure religion is looking after the needs of the orphan and the widow.
When Christian actor Eduardo Verastegui devoted his career to serving God, he had no idea what might come out of his decision.
Chaplains are indispensable in this process because they are the ones who provide vital services that no other corrections personnel are trained or have time to provide.
The call of another group of slaves goes out in a new documentary film called Call + Response. You need to see it.
Nearly 2,000 years ago, Mary said yes to God.
It’s that time of year again—the time when the grinches of secularism tie themselves in knots trying to strip Christmas of its Christ-centered content.
Our prisons and jails hold approximately 2.3 million people behind bars, at an estimated cost to you and me of $55 billion a year.
This Christmas nearly one quarter of young adults between 18 and 35 will have to decide which parent to visit for the holidays
Now is a good time to dust off a printed copy of the second of C. S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia, Prince Caspian.
In what one newspaper calls a “discovery straight out of an Indiana Jones movie,” archaeologists in modern-day Jordan believe that they have found the real King Solomon’s mines.