America is now without her "pastor," and brothers and sisters, we need a new one.
Listen up! Arrogance, anger, back-biting and talking at one another won't solve a single problem in America. It's time for humility and time to put others ahead of us.
If you're not careful, your child could end up being a casualty in the battlefield of an increasingly angry America.
The Rapture has become an unintentional psychological crutch for not engaging culture.
Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, made an impassioned, educated appeal before the Security Council, urging the Palestinians to provide constructive leadership. What is the next move?
Our nation is at a crossroads, and the media has been leading the march into our self-imposed destruction for too long.
If you're not careful, the apathy and anger could rub off on you – and ruin your calling to look up, live for Christ and do all you can to make 2018 a year of being salt and light in an increasingly dark and distasteful world.
Courage with people is always the result of clarity over who you are with God. When you only care about God's opinion, courage is inevitable.
How can we get beyond just wishing each other a "Merry Christmas" and increase the odds that it will truly be rich and meaningful, worthy of the merry monicker?
Everything points to sex, is marketed by sex, and is designed to make us think that sex should be the ultimate objective night and day.
This time of year can be a bitter sweet season when we remember the need to deal with something deep down that affects everything all year long. I'm talking about the root of bitterness.
Matt Lauer never dreamed he would wind up where he is.
America needs a reformer like Luther. In fact, America needs an army of Luthers: men and women who are adept at encouraging deep thinking and discussion where shallowness and arguing are the new cultural norm.
While our Constitution clarifies that only Congress has the power to declare war, it's a very different thing to suggest that the Bible justifies war in the twenty-first century. It's not as clear as some well-meaning Christians may think, and the consequences of confusion over this could be horrendously irreversible if there were to be a nuclear conflict.