Meaning along the journey.
The fallout of a Pensacola cross lawsuit should prove to the victorious attorney some Christians just don’t know how to behave.
An Anglican priest penned an essay about the dangerous lack of authority over Christian bloggers and why everyone of faith should take it seriously.
Christians are fond of reminding each other that God is in control and that He has a plan for each of us; so if we believe that, is worrying a sin?
For some Christians, the promise of praying for clarity for another is too often a way to just shut down a disagreement. But prayer shouldn’t be a ‘threat.’
Churches that claim the Bible is inerrant but that they’ll agree to disagree on certain Biblical facts are speaking out both sides of their mouths.
Are fewer Americans believing what’s contained in the Bible? Check out the results of a Gallup poll on whether it’s right to take the Bible literally.
I recently saw an interesting — and quite disturbing — comment designed to warn a blogger who ventured into the area of church criticism.
I’m not trying to beat a dead horse when it comes to loud worship music, but I think this is a topic that’s worth exploring a bit further.
When a group of church members complained about the loud worship music, a pastor’s response to the complaints was completely off the mark.
I read an interesting article the other day focusing on the importance of church hymnals as a critical part of genuine worship.
If you’re going to have an Easter egg hunt, people tend to get upset if you remove the word ‘Easter’ from the event’s title.
When a church focuses more on legalism than on Jesus Christ, it creates an atmosphere in which the rules become more important than the relationship with God.