S. Michael Craven
It has become all too easy for Christians to fall into a state of pessimism — even despair — over the state of our culture today.
A recent study reports that rock and pop stars are "more than twice as likely to die an early death."
Too many churches and leaders, it seems, are disengaged from the spiritual warfare raging through families in the church.
The issue of marriage within the church is not about the preservation of a tradition or institution.
Years ago, a family therapist was asked, "What are the top three causes of divorce?" to which he replied, "Selfishness, selfishness, selfishness!"
How can the church expect the world to honor the marriage covenant when we do not?
No-fault divorce is much more than just divorce; it is a legal tyranny that denies the fundamental right of due process to a defendant.
We have tried to condense the gospel to the most basic “facts” about Jesus, formulate simplistic mediums or tools for the conveyance of these facts
For all who have entered the kingdom, this moral decision must be confronted: passivity versus action.
You may wonder if serving in the military serves the kingdom.
Now I want to address the second way in which the church bears witness to the gospel
More Americans will enter the ranks of the elderly than ever before in history.
If love believes all things and love is our motivation, then suspicion has no place.
The beauty emerges as a people once teetering on the edge of destruction are brought by grace into a new life together in Christ.
Apparently some might have perceived that I was suggesting Christians abandon personal evangelism in last week’s article.