We can imitate those in Acts 6 who responded to the needs of neglected and oppressed women. This is a revelatory moment for American Christianity. A continuous stream of stories of abusive ministry leaders and racial injustice is driving many Christians to question their identification with their churches. So are the old stories, showing that the oppression of women and ethnic minorities is more woven into the American Christian story than we were taught or ever wanted to admit. Not every recent assessment of this story is compelling or accurate. But what’s clear is that our reckoning hasn’t reached back…

If you love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and strength, what will be the impact on your family? If you extend yourself in serving the Lord, will it hurt your children? These are very real questions for many parents and grandparents. You love the Lord and you want to serve Him. You want your life to count for Him, but you also have a family. You feel a tension between these two things. When Moses says, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart” (6:5), he immediately goes on to describe the impact on the family. The best way…

The coronavirus pandemic has created a unique economic crash. Yet past crises provide important perspectives on uncertainty, adaptability, and change.

Finding healing from a trauma or hurt can be difficult, but the Lord can do the miraculous. Here are some practical steps.

There is always more than meets the eye. Yet often we fail to realize this.