September (Web-only) 2021
Why Don’t We Sing Justice Songs in Worship?
Let’s swap “sloppy wet kiss” for “break the arm of the wicked man.”
CT Premiere: ‘See How Good It Is (Psalm 133)’
An already/not yet psalm of unity.
Why LuLaRoe Belongs in the Faith and Work Conversation
Multilevel marketing isn’t a hobby. And its workers need discipleship.
Don’t Wait for Hope. Work for It.
Even during a pandemic, we have a duty to anticipate God’s goodness.Português
Don’t Judge a Pentecostal Woman Based on Her Lashes
What pop culture gets wrong about charismatic women, and what “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” gets right.
Hard-Copy Bibles Aren’t Just Nostalgic
As a seminary professor, I’m requiring the physical book in class. Church should do the same.
Remembering Rubén Proietti, Unifier of Latin America’s Churches
Respected leader with ACIERA, CONELA, and the Luis Palau Association is the latest of hundreds of pastors in Argentina to die from COVID-19.español
Beware False Teachers with Good Doctrine and Bad Ethics
Poor leaders proclaim Christ in word but deny him with their lives. Here’s what we can learn from their failures.Português简体中文繁體中文
Christian Marriage Demands that We Study Our Desires, Not Hide Them
Being faithful to a spouse requires living in community, seeking God daily, and learning from our celibate brothers and sisters.Português简体中文繁體中文
Why 9/11 Brought Neither Unity Nor Revival
Many Christians think spiritual renewal followed the terrorist attacks, but the record shows otherwise.
Good Riddance to the Robert E. Lee Statue
The Civil War pitted principles against community. A Christian vision ties them together again.简体中文繁體中文
To Pray for Afghan Christians, I Look to China’s Church
Lessons I've learned in praying for and working with the Chinese church.español简体中文한국어Indonesian繁體中文
‘Ted Lasso’ Won’t Settle for Shallow Optimism
The show’s second season challenges viewers to consider true joy over hyper-positivity.
‘The Chosen One Will Make His Home in Your Heart’
The First Nations Version of Ephesians 3-4:16.
Why I Voted For the Atheist President of Harvard’s Chaplain Group
Participating in interfaith work at the Ivy League university is a help not a hindrance to the exclusivist claims of Christian faith.简体中文繁體中文
Is the Texas ‘Heartbeat Bill’ the End of Roe v. Wade?
A recent abortion ban isn’t the victory it seems. But it is a test run for pro-life Christians.