Is it God's will that we consume a plant-based diet? Frightening blood test results from my doctor recently prompted me to ponder this question.
If you're wondering, "Wait, isn't this the Christmas season?" the answer is, well, "no." Of course, we wouldn't know that from watching television, where some networks have been running "Christmas" movies—none of which ever mention Jesus—since late October. We're in the season of Advent.
Adoption advocates successfully lobbied congressional Republicans this month to maintain the adoption tax credit in proposed tax reform legislation. They should've lobbied for something better.
Another critical free speech case has made its way to the Supreme Court. I'll explain why it matters—especially to pro-life advocates.
Hidden away on a handsome side street in London's upscale Marylebone neighborhood is a little piece of Sweden.
I hear a lot of talk among conservative Christians today about "the radical liberal agenda" that is dominating our culture. This agenda is filled with leftist Democrats, unfair and imbalanced MSNBC reporters and pro-gay Starbucks cups controversies. As a matter of fact I'm sick of hearing about it.
For Christians, selectively holding our political and prospective leaders to high moral standards reveals in us an unsettling lack of faith.
Most of what I thought I knew about Thanksgiving was wrong.
If ever there was a time when we needed the witness of Christian love that drives out fear, it is now! And that is why I have been so encouraged by a two-year conversation evangelical pastors in the South have been having about the role the Church must play in addressing growing fears of American Muslims — fears that have fueled hate, division, and worse in our communities.
Roy Moore and many of his supporters argue that the sexual misconduct allegations against him aren't credible because the alleged events occurred 30 to 40 years ago. That's pathetic. Here are three reasons why.
With the massive baby-boomer population racing into their senior years, the conversation around many festive tables this year will turn to caregiving concerns.
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."
There are a lot of youth ministries out there that are not making the eternal impact they could be. Some of the reasons many aren't thriving include avoiding the hard questions and not challenging teens hard enough.
Shouldn't we, as Christians, heed the call of our Savior and protect the least of our brethren? Shouldn't we resist the call to end fossil fuel use and substitute more expensive, less reliable energy sources?
President Donald Trump on Monday declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism, a designation that allows the United States to impose additional sanctions and risks inflaming tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons and missile programs.
The Museum of the Bible has no agenda but to present the most significant book of all time to the public. They believe the Bible's history, story, and impact stands alone and has the power to influence a reader.
Conservative evangelicals are divided over fellow Alabama Senate candidate and champion of Christian values, Judge Roy Moore.
When we consider that diarrheal issues are the second leading killers of children in the developing world, these statistics become more sobering.
Certainly, Franken's actions are inexcusable, and he will face the heat for those actions in the Senate and beyond. But this happened more than 10 years ago, similar to your infamous conversation with Billy Bush about what you, as a star, could do to women.
Do you want to mature ... are you ready to grow and change? Then you must assess your spiritual health often.
The U.S. Department of State is warning Americans about the risk of terrorism when going to Europe at Christmas. While all travelers should exercise caution no matter where they go the reality is that Europe remains perfectly safe.
It is with a heavy heart that I feel compelled to communicate with you concerning the controversy that has engulfed your candidacy for the United States Senate from Alabama.
I think what we are seeing in some ways is this: Playboy ethics, but Puritan consequences.
Unfortunately, I've seen it again and again. Church leaders and members sacrifice the health and good of the church for fear of hurting one or a few persons. The body is sacrificed for the sake of a few members. We think we are being nice, but we are hurting the church.
You're in the spotlight and you've just been asked about a controversial issue. What do you do?
We have always known that pro-abortion rhetoric is built on misleading slogans and deceptive terms. But I was reminded today of just how deceptive much of the terminology is when I read a 2016 interview with actor Kelsey Grammer.
I want to take advantage of all the good sales happening for Black Friday but I can't afford to pay for it all in cash right now. Is it ok to put it on the credit card and pay it off when I get my Christmas bonus? It seems like a waste to not get a good deal!
At First Choice, not a day goes by where the staff — which includes eight medical professionals serving under a volunteer medical director — doesn't serve at least one woman who is on the fence about abortion and only a stone's throw away from going through with the deadly procedure.
The Bible is the greatest book ever written—and now, there's a museum fit to tell its story!
When it comes to Judge Roy Moore, we are being asked how any of us could not immediately recognize his guilt, since the mounting evidence against him seems overwhelming.