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We all need to develop our courage—to nurture our ability to step up to danger. But how do we do that?
Here are five general guidelines that can help believers navigate their relationships with people who identify as transgender.
The early Christians turned the world upside down by using both their reasoning ability and their well-lived lives to persuade others. We can learn from them how to face our cultural situation today.
Even with the advantages I personally have immersed in Kingdom work with STR, passing the baton is a challenge that takes conscious effort, intentional planning, and lots of prayer.
We’re called to love our LGBT neighbors—not a mere toleration of the person, but genuine, heartfelt love. But what does genuine love look like?
Many young Albanians lack hope. Their country is reeling from the effects of communism, jobs are scarce, and their prospects for a prosperous future, even with a college education, are slim. But there is always hope in the Gospel.
Church discipline isn’t a remnant of the first-century church. It’s a New Covenant principle that can and should be applied today.
If the resurrection is just our make-believe-to-make-me-feel-happy kind of story, then we are a sorry bunch.
Greg Koukl interviews Sam Allberry, author of Is God Anti-Gay? on the question, how can the church support Christians with same-sex attraction who want to follow Christ?
Have you ever felt “the big chill”? It’s the term I use for the cold shiver that runs up your spine when you’re confronted with what seems at first glance to be a persuasive challenge to your Christian convictions, that terrible suspicion that begins to settle in your bones that the challenger has a point. And it seems convincing. And it shakes you.