When my daughter broke her femur, it seemed clear that we shouldn't conceive another child who might inherit my bone disorder. That clarity was short-lived.
In a recent public conversation, I was touched by Richard Mouw's kindness and civility. It gave me hope for my church.
Between 2006 and 2010, Christians faced some form of discrimination in 139 countries—almost three-fourths of the world's nations.
I have conversations with a wide variety of clergy colleagues. But they're all the same conversation: "Is it well with your soul?"
Like many baptized, praying Christians her age, my daughter is not a regular churchgoer. What difference does it make?
"The big struggle for me as a young person was how to be someone who was interested in creativity and art and not losing one's faith to do it."
Elizabeth Bradley and Lauren Taylor may have written one of the three most important books your member of Congress will never read.
A gay Christian with a compelling personal story, Jeff Chu is also a superb journalist who listens closely to whoever is sitting across from him.
Carlene Bauer's characters create each other as pieces of their imaginations. They do the same thing with God.
While Gravity doesn't pass the Bechdel test, it does feature a female lead in a story that isn't about romance or sex. But is it her story or Everyman's?