If you've been listening to cultural commentators, campus activists, and those championing the right of individuals to define their own gender identity, eliminate unwanted children, and any number of other self-defined preferences, then you've heard the word autonomy.
Should someone who doesn't believe in God be a chaplain?
Students for Life of America, the nation's largest pro-life youth organization, celebrated victory at the Miami University of Ohio Friday after school officials settled a federal lawsuit in which they agreed to no longer require a "trigger warning" for pro-life speech on campus.
Being God's image bearers, we all want to work and create. We love to innovate or improve how something works. We get great satisfaction from a job well done or fixing what was broken.
This familial relationship is something of the nature of God, and we, too, as believers have become part of this family.
Female inmates in the United States face a host of issues that their counterparts in men's prisons don't even have to think about.
Millennials and Generation Z are some of today's most effective evangelists because, unlike generations before them, they "believe they can change the world."
Many pastors really do struggle with depression.
When I speak to pastors about emerging technology I often ask them to envision a single scenario. I suggest that they imagine that they are standing in their pulpit on Sunday morning, looking out on the faces of their congregants, only to discover that half of their congregation is suddenly unemployed.
In a recent survey of 2,400 churchgoers we found that 80 percent indicated that they lived with moderate to significant levels of fear.
You are trying to comprehend why the giving levels in your church are down. You may know several possibilities, but you aren't certain.
EI have had the delight of being able to spend more than 30 years of my life doing whatever I could to reach teenagers for Christ. My first calling in that area was in the early 1980s where teen suicide in America had reached epidemic proportion.
What was once unthinkable has become unquestionable. And so, every Christian must know how to engage the transgender moment.
Anti-Christian bias and bigotry is now a reality in America. It is not — at least not yet — the violent persecution seen in other parts of the world, but there is a surely and slowly spreading religious intolerance which is paving the way for public hostility.
In the past 15 years, a total of 3 million women targeted by the abortion industry have reached out to Option Line — the nation's only fully staffed, bilingual, 24-7 pregnancy helpline — for life-saving help in an unexpected pregnancy.
As a traveling evangelist I'm on the road a lot. With all the headlines of Christian influencers, Hollywood actors and political leaders falling morally, I'm reminded again and again of the importance of relentlessly guarding my sexual purity.
Washington state is set to legalize commercial surrogacy, a move children's rights advocates say amounts to the selling of babies, bases the definition of a parent on "intent," and opens avenues for child abuse and other horrors.
A Washington Post writer once said that evangelicals are "poor, ignorant and easy to command." Well, at least he didn't say we were mentally ill.
"If there's such a thing as a humble shepherd of the Lord, Billy Graham is that person. I am unbelievably blessed to have met him," former President George W. Bush said.
Did we ignore all the potential warning signs? Perhaps. But, as a cold-case homicide detective and a Christian, I've discovered another very real explanation.
Like it or not, it's another election year. Which means it's time for Christians to think clearly about political engagement. Fellow Christian, it's time for a "DTR" with politics.
Country singer and best-selling author Jimmy Wayne is calling on churches to do their part to help foster children.
For the last several years, there has been an increasing cry for a fresh move of God in our country, for a new spiritual awakening. Is it coming?
The conservative nonprofit PragerU is voicing its aggravation once again after the Google-owned video sharing platform YouTube "restricted" its newest video on Planned Parenthood just hours after it was posted.
Free speech and the free exercise of religion (more specifically, the free exercise of Christianity) are under attack.