March (Web-only) 2023
Is Karma a ‘Relaxing Thought’? For Many Buddhists, It’s Not.
The real-life impact of believing the law of cause and effect.
Why My Church Partners With ‘He Gets Us’
As a Black pastor, I appreciate how the diverse campaign helps my congregation reach our neighbors.
This Palm Sunday, Ponder Donkeys, Not Branches
For his entry into Jerusalem, Jesus picked a symbol of lowliness rather than military might.
After Nashville, Moral Numbness Is Our Enemy
Shootings have become normal to the American public. But as Christians, we know better.
Resisting the Impulse of Self-Optimization
In Lent, we realign our identity in Christ and recover our sense of being loved into existence by our Creator.
Go Ahead. Get Mad at God for the Nashville Shooting.
In the face of tragedy, Christ welcomes our confusion and anger.
It’s Good When Bad Pastors Make Us Mad
I’d rather media and literature portray Christian leaders who stir up anger instead of apathy.
Easter and the Tomb Sweeping Festival Share a Nerdy Connection
The Jesuits reformed the Western calendar. Then they attempted to do the same in China.简体中文繁體中文
I Met God on the Mountaintop of Ritual
How liturgy can lead to an encounter with the Lord.
Where Drugs Often Merit Death, Singapore Ministries Offer New Life
More than 70 percent of the country’s inmates are jailed for drug-related offenses. Christian groups seek to help them reenter society.
These 3 Japanese Christian Women Changed Their Country
Meet an early evangelist, an education reformer, and a preacher who held Bible studies with the royal family.
Junia, the Female Apostle Imprisoned for the Gospel
What Scripture tells us about the story of this “outstanding” Jewish woman in chains.Português
Criminal or Not, Trump’s Case Is a Moral Test for Christians
The former president’s potential arrest shows that character does matter.
Christians, Stop ‘Giving Up God’ for Lent
In an age of functional atheism, ‘tis the season for traditional fasting and prayer.
Dante Bowe Navigates Worship in the Spotlight
After leaving Maverick City Music, the singer is launching his own label focused on authenticity in a field increasingly crowded by celebrity.
Christianity Is Not Necessary For Democracy
The basic freedoms and human rights we enjoy as Americans do not require a cultural Christian majority.
Should Evangelicals Observe Lent? What 6 Brazilian Theologians Say
How the church can serve and worship in the period between Carnival and Easter.Português
Can Westerners Atone for Their Sins Without Breeding Resentment and Ingratitude?
An imaginary soirée with Douglas Murray, the Christian-friendly agnostic author of "The War on the West".
Buddhism Went Mainstream Decades Ago. US Churches Still Aren’t Ready.
Why Christians need to learn about the religion Asian immigrants brought to the US.
Rick Warren: The Great Commission’s ‘Go and Teach’ Applies to Women
The former pastor of ex-SBC Saddleback shares why his views on women changed.españolPortuguêsFrançais
We Lose Culture Wars by Putting Them On Trial
Instead of prosecutors trying to win arguments, we’re supposed to be defending what actually matters.
Basketball Is a Beautiful Game, but Not a Blueprint for Society
Treating the sport as a comprehensive social and political model misunderstands the vision of its Christian founder.
John Stott: ‘Evangelical Traditions Are Not Infallible’
The late theologian’s sermons are going digital, thanks to one of his family friends.español简体中文繁體中文
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Paradox of Achieving ‘Nothing’
Did Evelyn have anything to show for after a life in the laundromat? Did I as a homeschool mom?简体中文繁體中文
How to Preach to Sleeping People
Sometimes there is more to the story than just a bored listener.简体中文繁體中文
Why Broken Friendships Hurt
For believers, both old and new relationships carry an eternal weight and value.Português
‘Women Talking’ Focuses on Survivors, Not Abusers
The Oscar–nominated film started a conversation that the church can learn from.
4 Incredible Christian Women Who Changed India
How a social reformer, a lawyer, a doctor, and a peacemaker changed the subcontinent.
Hispanic Leaders Don’t Want to Miss This Missional Moment
The Latino population boom has resulted in more passionate, growing churches in the US. Can pastors keep building on the momentum?español
The Bible’s Marriage Metaphor Doesn’t Belong In the Bedroom
We can rightly look to God as husband and God as Father without making male sexuality divine.Português简体中文繁體中文
Beth Moore: When I Was a Stranger in the SBC, Anglicans Welcomed Me
How the acclaimed Bible teacher found a new church home.
The Problem with Christian Book Endorsements
Publishers and authors have played along by pushing celebrity blurbs—but it’s time to rewrite the rules of promotion.
‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and the Beautiful Mystery of God’s Silence
Who knew two nonverbal rocks had so much to say?
CT Southeast Asia Writers
CT is looking to grow our pool of writers based in Southeast Asia with a heart to tell the story of the global church.
Antioch Has Always Survived Its Tragic History. What Will the Latest Earthquake Change?
A city essential to the early church, Antakya has been all but reduced to rubble.
Jinger Duggar Vuolo ‘Disentangles’ Her Faith After Gothard Upbringing
She says her new book is “not just for me, but it’s also for the victims.”
A Revival in America Answered My Prayers for Europe
Look at history! Revivals rarely stay put.