Freedom of speech is a badly misunderstood concept. Here's why Christians must get this right.
Peer pressure almost never pushes teenagers to good places. Recently, it's been pushing them to the gender clinic.
It's not a matter of if your church and pastor will face these kinds of questions. It's a matter of when.
The increasing tendency to reclassify moral failures as "mental disorders" is troubling. Here's why Christians must resist the pressure to diminish moral guilt.
Peter Pan never wanted to grow up, but even he never tried to make a living playing video games. Here's how perpetual adolescence is producing failing adults.
More money and more education can't solve what are, at heart, problems of the heart. But in some cities, you can't even say that.
There is a time to mourn. There's also a time to demand answers and accountability. This is a time for both.
Are men and women that different? The answer assumed by much of our culture is, "no." But any woman who's had a baby knows better.
You'd think incredibly harsh laws designed to protect the planet would—you know—protect the planet. But that's not typically the case.
So just how many alien civilizations are out there in the vast expanse of space? Let's do some number-crunching.
What if I told you that the best arguments to embrace LGBT ideology in the church aren't really arguments at all?
Equal treatment under the law is a cornerstone of our government—but one group of humans doesn't get the same treatment as everyone else.
Some arguments for abortion we hear over and over again. They're easy to refute, and I'll tell you how.
Well, swimsuits are history for Miss America, and reactions to this news by many conservatives reveals more than I wanted to see.
With all the misinformation out there about the most important religious freedom ruling of the year, here's a review of the facts.
What happens if your school district crosses a line with its curriculum? What do you do now? Here are some words of encouragement.
We're in the middle of a revolution that could prove as disruptive as the Industrial Revolution. What does work look like in a world of automation?
Sometimes premarital counseling includes conversations about having children. But what about conversations about not being able to have children?
The brilliant T.S. Elliot once observed that before we know what to do with something, we need to know what it's for. That applies even to sex. We need to be clear on what God designed sex and procreation for. By and large, evangelicals are not clear on these things.
Truly loving people can mean telling them things they don't want to hear — like, "suicide is not something to celebrate."
Some are saying that Christians have lost the culture. But what if it was never a war to win, instead it was a calling to embrace?
How do you revitalize a dying downtown? Maybe it's the same way you save a dying marriage — one day at a time.
What happens when a society stops reproducing itself? The U.S. fertility rate is now at an all-time low. The closing of toy stores may be merely a bellwether of further effects of low fertility to come.
If your teen has a smart phone, please listen. I've got a warning for you, and then a suggestion that I don't usually make.
Holy Week is a reminder of many things, but one we often forget is rest. God did it, and so should we.