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In their book, The Coddling of the American Mind, Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt pinpoint the “Great Untruths” our kids are being taught, often unintentionally, that are hurting them in pervasive and significant ways. You can find (these Untruths) on … Continue reading
Humility is something Christians often praise, but often fail to possess in our daily thoughts, feelings, or actions. It’s something we love in other people. Like a beautiful gem in the earth, it’s rare and regularly disregarded by passersby as … Continue reading
I have been slowly reading through Exodus for my devotions and it’s been delicious. One of the particular ways it is helping me is by exposing many of our time-honored assumptions as painfully false. Here are five I’ve picked up … Continue reading
I recently had the opportunity to give the following address at the 8th grade graduation ceremony for the Independent Learning Academy in Orange County. I want to thank the Independent Learning Academy leadership, parents, and students for the privilege and … Continue reading
Pastor Dustin Benge: I grew up in a small Southern Baptist church in eastern Kentucky. Four generations of my family had attended the church, and my great-great-grandparents were buried nearby. My grandpa drove the church bus, and my mom played … Continue reading
Julie Masson offers a needed warning and some sound counsel for those rightly wary of being duped by fake news : We are currently dealing with some people in our lives who wholeheartedly distrust any “mainstream media.” But they believe … Continue reading
It is 2021! God help us. If you are like many, you have a list of resolutions to improve yourself in the new year. And, like my friend Sam Luce says, that’s a good thing when done with the cross … Continue reading
At Christmas, we Christians remember and celebrate the incredible event where God became a man. Charles Spurgeon expressed the proper kind of admiration we ought to have when thinking about such an event: Infinite, and an infant—eternal, and yet born … Continue reading
Ever since I became a Christian in high school, I have regularly exchanged my heroes. At first, my heroes were men like David or Hezekiah who, in moments of crisis, courageously risked life and limb so God would be honored … Continue reading