How do we reconcile the real-time nature of life with its eternal consequences? By seeing this moment as the intersection of time and eternity.
The more you make of God in your life, the more he can make of you.
New Year's Day is far more significant than an annual day to change our calendars and watch football. It points to our innate need as fallen creatures to start over with our Creator.
Regardless of our political alliances or personal circumstances, we will make a difference that lasts forever.
I don't know what disappointed you about 2017 or worries you about 2018. But I do know that the lens through which you view your past and your future is critical.
While we can bemoan the secularism of our culture, I think it's a remarkable fact that nearly everyone in America celebrates a day that is intended to honor Jesus' birth.
As you prepare to celebrate Christmas in three days, remember that Christ could return tomorrow. The best way to honor our Lord's birth is by being ready for His return.
Tina Wren went to the National Embryo Donation Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, where they received a donated embryo. It turns out, that embryo had been created through IVF and frozen 24-years earlier.
When we trust our pain to his unseen presence, our materialistic culture sees our faith and courage. Like Joe Holcombe, we are given opportunity to bear witness to our sustaining Lord.
"Star Wars" depends heavily on some remarkable science-fiction technology. How plausible are these special effects in real life?
Have you heard of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program? Neither had I. But the New York Times is reporting that this little-known government agency spent $22 million of our tax dollars between 2007 and 2012 investigating unidentified flying objects.
I am delighted to retract my description of David Berkowitz as "evil." He is not who he was. His transformation shows that the gospel that changed Paul's life still changes lives today.
God wants us to care for our physical bodies even as we care for our souls. He grieves when we are sick and suffering and wants us to pray for health and long life
It seems to me that four factors influenced the outcome. I predict that these same factors will continue to be relevant to American elections for the foreseeable future.
However, Islamic terrorists, cyber-hackers and football players who blindside other football players are clearly making immoral choices. What's more, they illustrate a larger narrative I'd like to explore and relate to the grace of Christmas today.
The man whose life became the basis for Santa Claus was a venerated Christian leader whose relics were distributed throughout Christendom after his death.
I had no idea what a Fingerling was or why I should care.
I have been to the Holy Land more than twenty times. Each time, I am amazed again by the complexities surrounding Jerusalem, the religious capital of more than half the world's population.
I never imagined that I would hear "Imagine" performed as a Christmas song. But that's how secular the holidays have become.
Ravi Zacharias was an atheist until the age of seventeen, when he tried to commit suicide by swallowing poison. At the hospital, a Christian worker brought him a Bible and asked his mother to read to him from John 14. When he heard verse nineteen, "Because I live, you also will live," he committed his life to Christ.
The idea of focusing on online sales the Monday after Thanksgiving has been a boon.
Starbucks has unveiled its new holiday campaign. It features what appears to be an affectionate lesbian couple in its promotional video.
James Quincey, CEO of Coca-Cola Co., said: "If we're not making mistakes, we're not trying hard enough." Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, told a technology conference that his company has too many hit shows. "We have to take more risk . . . to try more crazy things . . . we should have a higher cancel rate overall."
Perhaps the quest for extraterrestrial life is appealing in part because life on this fallen planet can be so difficult.
Sunday was the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. While Christians were praying for persecuted believers around the world, a shooter walked into a Texas church service and opened fire.