August (Web-only) 2021
Let the Afghan Refugees Come Unto Me
In this global moment, we’re called to heed Christ’s command to open our hearts and hands.Português简体中文繁體中文русский
Don’t Quit Twitter Yet. You Might Have a Moral Duty to Stay.
As leaders, how do we avoid the faults of online life without shirking our public responsibility?
Christian Virtue Strengthens the Social Justice Cause
Liberation from injustice starts with obedience to God and his moral order.
COVID-19 Killed Our Sense of Personal Progress
Scripture says that might be a good thing.español
What ‘Jesus Wept’ Means for Manhood
Jesus’ tears counter the narrative that “men don’t cry.”简体中文繁體中文
It Takes a Village to Escape a Toxic Leader
What recent scandals teach us about “betrayal blindness” in both church and parachurch settings.españolPortuguêsFrançais
Was Afghanistan Worthwhile or Wasted? Christians Lament, Pray, and Learn as Taliban Retakes Control
As the world debates the US withdrawal, 15 leaders reflect on how they are applying their faith to understand how to best advocate for justice in the aftermath.españolFrançais简体中文繁體中文
Jennifer Hudson: Aretha Franklin’s Faith Was ‘Bold’ and ‘Brave’
The actress says her Baptist background helped her portray Aretha Franklin in ‘Respect.’
The Spiritual Discipline of Forgiving Total Strangers
How do Jesus’ commands apply when we are remote witnesses, not in-person victims?
mewithoutYou Does Not Exist (But Is Kicking Off Its Final Shows)
The band reflects on 20 years of wrestling with spirituality and faith and making music.
Is Evangelicalism Due for a Hundred-Year Schism?
Our divisions are markedly political, and they echo religious controversies of the past.
Grief Can Weigh You Down, but It Doesn’t Have to Pull You Under
Shawn Smucker’s latest novel explores the burden of unresolved regret and the healing power of sacrificial love.
The Racial Justice Debate Needs Civil Discourse, Not Straw Men
Conversations about equality often lack goodwill. Part of the problem is a newfound fear of common grace.
Philip Yancey: My Benediction to the Beloved Storyteller, Walter Wangerin Jr.
A tribute to the late author of “The Book of the Dun Cow,” “Jesus: A Novel,” and “Water, Come Down!”
The Olympics Are About Failure
Olympic dreams inspire countless millions to pursue goals they’ll never achieve. Here’s why that’s a good thing.españolPortuguês简体中文繁體中文
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Will My Lost Neighbor Have Another Chance to Receive Jesus After Death?
A theologian considers the fate of the unevangelized and the “pseudoevangelized.”
Let Cubans Come to America, by Land or Sea
The need for asylum seekers’ religious (and other) freedom is as urgent as ever.español
Mexican Worship Leader Layla de la Garza on the Power of ‘Sung Theology’
Despite the lingering stereotypes, the Monterrey-based singer and minister set out to prove contemporary worship services can hold to the authority of Scripture.español