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As you become more dependent on video technology during this difficult time, here’s how you can better connect with the person on the other end of the video.
We have a crisis in the church. Simply put, people don’t know their Bibles. Here’s how you can help your kids become biblically literate.
Most parents haven’t considered the impact smartphones and screens are having on their kids. Here are four practical steps you can take to help your kids develop healthy screen habits.
Are we looking to politics to deliver something it can’t deliver? This is a question we should carefully consider as we enter this tension-filled election time, adjusting our passions and hopes appropriately.
Contrary to the opposite charge people tend to make today, early Christianity was mocked for being too pro-women. Here’s why.
Did you miss any of these most-viewed videos of 2019? Here’s your chance to catch up!
Here are the most-listened-to podcasts of 2019—ten of Greg’s long-running podcast, and, as a bonus, the top three episodes of our shorter podcast, #STRask.
We’ve reached the end of the year, so it’s time for the annual roundup of top posts. Here are the 2019 posts that received the most views this year. Enjoy!
A thought-provoking image depicting a nativity scene with Mary, Joseph, and Jesus in separate cages is powerful, especially in light of the current political climate. But is it truthful?
Neil Shenvi explains how critical theory suppresses healthy arguments and why we should not let pressure from critical theorists prevent us from analyzing controversial topics.