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Our Society Should Not Stifle Religious Dissent. “Untouchable orthodoxies that are given official government sanction will treat any dissenting voice as an enemy to be vanquished. Secular progressivism isn’t only the enemy of religious liberty and civil society; it is … Continue reading
This week our middle school and high school youth groups are ending a three-week mini-series seeking to answer the question, “Why Christmas?” Going beyond the explanation that Jesus is the “reason for the season,” we have been pushing them to … Continue reading
Women in Battle? “What kind of a society puts its women on the front lines to risk what only men should be called on to risk? In countries ravaged by war, we consider it a tragedy when the battle comes … Continue reading
God Actually Spoke to Me. A story of a man who heard the voice of God. Mizzou & a More Excellent Way. An amazing story demonstrating the power of the gospel and the hope of true reconciliation. “This gentleman started … Continue reading
An encouragement for anyone who is actively discipling other Christians. Donald Macleod: “If we were to judge Jesus by the short-term progress of his disciples we would have to conclude that Jesus was a very poor teacher. When we take … Continue reading
Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith. Hebrews 13:7 Allow me to obey that verse right now in this post. This is an … Continue reading
With our first baby about 2 weeks away from being born, I will make sure to store this counsel deep into my heart. Melissa Edgington talks about the importance of listening to her son talk about his video games, even … Continue reading
In an interview about her new book, Nancy Pearcey gave a comment with which I could not agree more: Youth groups rarely encourage young people to grapple with tough questions. Instead the goal seems to be to engineer events that … Continue reading