Urgent! Join Our Book Launch Team to Help Defend Freedom of Conscience

There is a war in America on your faith, family, and freedom to believe. For far too long, many of us have tried to stay on the sidelines, hoping the wildfire would burn past and leave us, our family, and our church alone. But those days are gone. The sidelines are shrinking. Everyone is fair game now. The florist, the baker, the pharmacist, the student, the coach, the small business owner, the parents, the children — all of them will… Read more

10 Topics Every Christian Couple Should Discuss before Marriage

How do I know the person God wants me to marry? My son asked me this question not long ago. It’s a question I get often from readers trying to figure out what God wants them to do next. On the one hand, the question is much simpler than we make it. On the other hand, it is far more nuanced than we’d like to admit. Almost 18 years have passed since my wife and I said I do. Six… Read more

5 Gears: The Solution to Never Having Enough Time

I’m probably the only one to feel as if I can never do enough, never be enough, never [insert your favorite complaint here]. But maybe you’ve felt that way, too? I sometimes wonder what the Apostle Paul could be talking about when he prays in Ephesians 3:19  that we would be “filled with all the fullness of God.” Fullness? Are you kidding me? Most days I’m happy to feel as if I have anything in my God cup, let alone… Read more

Why I’m Still Struggling to Sing in Your Church

A few years ago, I wrote a post finally just being honest about what I thought about modern church worship music in evangelical circles. It struck a chord as I discovered I was not alone in my frustration. I wanted to sing—and to sing in a way that didn’t make me feel as if I were back in grade school—and a lot of other people did, too. Many people came out of the worship closet then, saying they had left… Read more

YMCA Bows to Bullies on Transgendered Locker Rooms

OK. This is just hilarious. Or at least it would be if it were not true. The YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap counties in Washington state had implemented a policy earlier this year not to allow people who are confused about their gender to choose their own locker rooms. But now they have reversed that decision. You are now free to move about in whichever locker room you choose. “In October we released a statement asking our transgendered members at our… Read more

Schools and the YMCA Allow Boys in the Girls Bathrooms

So which is it? On the one hand, we are constantly bombarded with the propaganda that one’s sexual orientation is not a choice. It is programmed into our genetic makeup from birth, even though there is no science to support such a claim and ample evidence that it is not true. Yet the Left is rallying around transgenders, those who are genetically unequivocally either male or female, pushing for the right to choose whether to live their lives as male or… Read more

Will North Carolina Magistrates Be Made to Perform Same-Sex Marriages?

The religious freedom of some North Carolina magistrates is under attack. North Carolina is one of only two states to offer protection for those officials who cannot in good conscience—by the tenets of their Christian faith—carry out a marriage between same-sex individuals. The state law allows for magistrates with “sincerely held religious objection,” to recuse themselves from conducting a same-sex marriage, while local counties provide alternate magistrates who do not hold such objections to conduct the marriage. Such an allowance… Read more

Faith Under Fire: Kelvin Cochran Case Moves Forward

The city of Atlanta is supposed to be the buckle of the Bible belt. But when their fire chief published a book in which he quoted Scripture, he was fired for doing so. Kelvin Cochran was made to care. I’ve had the privilege of interviewing Chief Cochran about his ordeal for the upcoming book I co-authored with Erick Erickson entitled You Will Be Made to Care. In fact, I will feature the interview in one of the first episodes of the… Read more

5 Books That Make Great Last Minute Gifts

Merry Christmas, FaithWalkers! I pray the holiday ahead is a joyous one, no matter what mountains you may be facing right now. If you are like me, you’ve put off the whole gift-giving thing until the last-minute. If you’re not like me, congratulations. You can relax a bit. If it’s a help, here are 5 books I would recommend as great last-minute gifts (and yes, I am biased). 5 Books that Make Great Last Minute Gifts  A Story Worth Telling:… Read more

3 Ways to Help Syrian Refugees Right Now

When I wrote about Syrian refugees a few weeks ago, I said it is not bigoted or unloving — and definitely not un-Christian — to protect the safety of our families and our homeland. But that doesn’t mean I don’t care about the families fleeing for their lives.  And whether they are Christian or Muslim should not matter one bit. Christ has called us to be wise and gentle, both protecting the innocent and generously giving to those in need. The… Read more

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