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Why Max Lucado Broke His Political Silence for Trump

Yes. There was one occasion he held up a Bible. On another occasion, at Liberty University, he read from Scripture. On multiple occasions he’s said “Of course I’m a Christian.” There was a time in Iowa when he said “I’m a Christian,” and somebody asked about forgiveness and he said “I’ve never asked God for forgiveness.”

Stephen Curry and the Culture of Self-Trust

The gospel transforms our notion of self-worth and identity because it invites us to embrace a sense of meaning and purpose that’s bigger than ourselves. In Christ, we we’re not demoralized by failure or overly impressed by narrow ideas of success, like football tackles or MVP awards or prestigious scholarships and degrees.

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Scripture says there is a narrow way that leads to heaven—and a broad road that goes the opposite direction. John MacArthur helps you know which path you’re on in his study The Road to Nowhere .

How Christians Ruin Dating

I don't think there is one person who has the title "The One," but rather God leads you to someone and puts those desires in your heart to pursue a future with them, and to honor Him and live for Him not just in your relationship with that person, but in every aspect of your life along the way. Not everything or everyone put in front of you is a test, which I used to believe. I had forgot that the Lord is good, and he knows what I need and knows my heart is after him, and honors that! God led me to my boyfriend through crazy circumstances. We aren't perfectly compatible, he wasn't everything on my "list" -- he is who I ACTUALLY needed. Not someone just like me or this perfect picture of a worship leader / knight in shining armor. He is real, he has taught me so much through his relationship with the Lord, and he is so many things I wish I was. We're not each others' "types" if you will, but we still are so attracted to each other. It has been the Lord who led us to each other and grew us closer, and I believe has given us the desire to be together. It's really profound to me.

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Love Is the Main Thing in Saving Faith

If you are a parent or a pastor or a small group leader, or a Christian who cares about helping anyone trust Christ and live by faith, what all this means is that your desire to help the people you serve will include a desire to help them love Christ. This does not mean do things for him. It feels things for him. It means treasure him above all else. Be satisfied in all that God is for us in him.

Doesn’t the Bible Support Slavery?

I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, to give you the land of Canaan and to be your God. And if one of your brethren who dwells by you becomes poor, and sells himself to you, you shall not compel him to serve as a slave. As a hired servant and a sojourner he shall be with you, and shall serve you until the Year of Jubilee. And then he shall depart from you—he and his children with him—and shall return to his own family. He shall return to the possession of his fathers. For they are My servants, whom I brought out of the land of Egypt; they shall not be sold as slaves. You shall not rule over him with rigor, but you shall fear your God. And as for your male and female slaves whom you may have—from the nations that are around you, from them you may buy male and female slaves. Moreover you may buy the children of the strangers who dwell among you, and their families who are with you, which they beget in your land; and they shall become your property. And you may take them as an inheritance for your children after you, to inherit them as a possession; they shall be your permanent slaves.

The 5 Friends You Really Need

But when you only surround ourselves with a chorus of people who nod and amen at every turn of the conversation, you begin to lose touch with people from other walks of life. It’s easy to make straw men and stereotypes of people who hold opposing views, but when “those other people” are your trusted friends, it’s harder to dismiss their ideas. Instead, you’ll be pushed to listen more honestly and grapple with these differences in the context of a relationship. And not only that, but having friends with whom you hold clashing views can lead to spirited conversations that would have never happened in like-minded community.

The Skills Every Twentysomething Needs to Learn

But things are different now. You have a few hard-won young adult years behind you're chock-full of practical knowledge and lessons learned the hard way. Still, you are young, and in five to 10 years, your thirtysomething self will be passing judgment on the current you. How they think of you is up to ... well, you. But here to help are some skills you can develop right now that can set the years to come off on the right track—and that might even make your pre-middle aged, minivan-driving, slightly more wrinkled, wizened self thankful for their twenties.

Kathie Lee Gifford: How Billy Graham Led Me to Christ

When I first got there, I met for Bible study with about a dozen fellow Christians who felt called to serve God through arts and entertainment. We were chastised far more by Christians than by anybody else back then. They’d ask, “How can you say you’re a Christian and be in Hollywood?” I’d always respond, “How could I be in Hollywood and not be a Christian?” How could I put up with the work and rejection without the security of God’s faithfulness?


Crawford W. Loritts Jr.  (DDiv, Biola University) is the senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Roswell, Georgia. He has served as a national evangelist with the American Missionary Fellowship and the Urban Evangelistic Mission, and as associate director of Campus Crusade for Christ. He is a frequent speaker at professional sporting events, including three Super Bowls and the NCAA Final Four Chapel, and has spoken at conferences, churches, conventions, and evangelistic outreaches throughout Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and the United States. He is the author of six books, including Leadership as an Identity , Lessons from a Life Coach , and For a Time We Cannot See .

12 The Ligonier Statement on Christology

He was born of the Virgin Mary and lived among us. Crucified, dead, and buried, He rose on the third day, ascended to heaven, and will come again in glory and judgement.

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Donald Trump Refuses To Disavow David Duke Or The KKK

Christian Persecution in China Is Even Worse Than You Thought

It’s also symbolic. When you have a church cross that’s higher than a Chinese flag or is the highest symbol in that region or that city then that is a direct threat to the Chinese government. In some cases, the Chinese government is actually requesting and enforcing that churches raise a national flag, a Chinese flag, higher than their cross.

Growth Is Not the Goal

The implications are immense for the Christian life — and for the habits of grace we cultivate in hearing God’s voice (in his word), having his ear (in prayer), and belonging to his body (in the local church). The repeated focus in our spiritual exercises must be on Jesus, and not our effort. He is the greatest grace on these paths, not our improvement.

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What Does the Bible Actually Say About Dating?

Though the Bible doesn’t talk directly about dating, it does speak volumes about relationships, godly interactions and principles that can be applied to how you date. 1 Corinthians 10:31 reminds us that no matter what it is we’re doing; it can be used as a means to glorify God. When it comes to dating, I think we could all benefit from relaxing a bit about searching for hard and fast rules, and learning to apply Godly wisdom to every single part of our lives.

Yes, You Are Called to Be a Leader

Faith isn’t a spectator sport. The influential Christians we remember throughout history were the men and women who would not wait on the sideline when there was work to be done. They realized that Jesus didn’t just save us from something. He saved us for something. He has a mission, and His church and His people are part of it.

Inerrancy Is a Place to Live

Just as it’s possible to ignore what Scripture says about its own truthfulness, it’s possible to so focus on internecine debates about inerrancy that one forgets to promulgate the gospel, forgets to walk in humility before God in his holiness, forgets to love brothers and sisters in Christ as Christ has loved us. God still says he favors, not those who defend inerrancy, but those who are humble and contrite in spirit and who tremble at his word (Isa. 66:2)—though we must immediately add that if one approaches God with such contrition, humility, and reverent fear before his word, he or she is far more likely to think of the doctrine of inerrancy as something easy to believe.

What Happens When the Spirit Falls?

The more we let texts like 1 Corinthians 14 shape our thinking about the Holy Spirit’s gifts and manifestations, we can better identify how God is working among us to do exactly what we have prayed. We ought to work hard at communicating truth about God to one another, all the while recognizing that in all our effort it is not just we who are working with all of our spiritual gifts, but God working in and through us (1 Corinthians 15:10).

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3 Ways to Preach Heaven

If hell is your future, your best life is now. But if headed for heaven, your best life is still to come. If you’re outside of Christ, in other words, this life is as good as it gets. But if you’re in Christ, your pain in this world is the only pain you’ll ever experience, and your struggles now are the only ones you’ll ever endure.

25 Alejandro González Iñárritu Talks to CT About ‘The Revenant’

Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu: I think that honestly God is around every moment, in nature and in those beautiful landscapes. We shot at the end of the day every day, at dusk time, which I always say is the time when God speaks. And we have to listen. Every object speaks . . . every plant and every shine in the snow, every tree are like soldiers of this planet. Everything is totally revealed in another level, another dimension. These men were absolutely surrounded by it, but they couldn’t see it. There was a lot of ignorance, a lot of illiterate, young, poor guys who were basically surviving a lot of threats. And between them there was never an understanding but there was a lot of prejudice… And they got kind of lost. Very sadly, that’s kind of the planted seeds of the world we are living now. We are blinded. But I think the beauty of existence is all around all of them, all the time.

Can We “Agree To Disagree” On Sexuality and Marriage?

I’m a pastor (teaching elder) in the PC(USA) and since my church has been named in this thread I thought I’d clarify a few things. 1)Throwing my church under your bus for argument purposes is disgusting and un-Christian. How dare you! Do you know me? Have you been to my church? How can you make such a charge that we are following culture and not our Lord Jesus Christ when all of my fellow pastors read the Bible in their pulpits every Sunday as they proclaim God’s word? You owe all of us an apology for such incredible self righteousness and gossip. 2) No one speaks for anyone in my church. Therefore the statement that the PC(USA) says thus and so about abortion is a statement by one General Assembly which any Presbyterian can affirm or reject. Therefore you must ask each Presbyterian what they believe about a non-salvation issue. We are all agreed that we must believe in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Our church governance in one way is like that of Baptists in that our General Assembly is like a Fellowship or Convention recommending positions we can take on certain issues.

Russell Moore: Why this election makes me hate the word ‘evangelical’

Part of the problem is that more secular people have for a long time misunderstood the meaning of “evangelical,” seeing us almost exclusively in terms of election-year voting blocs or our most buffoonish television personalities. That’s especially true when media don’t distinguish in election exit polls between churchgoers and those who merely self-identify as “born again” or “evangelical.”

Marriage Shouldn't Be 'Fair'

When Jesus was about to leave His disciples, he didn’t start dividing responsibilities to make sure everything was fair. Instead, He knelt on the ground and washed their feet. Then He told them to do the same for each other. The 50/50 marriage mindset gets us addicted to the idea of what we deserve. If there was anyone who deserved to be served, it was Jesus. He knew it, but He willingly laid down His rights and served anyway (Matthew 20:28).

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Are atheists right to say that you can’t prove a universal negative like “God does not exist”?

So there are two ways to disprove a universal negative. Look where you expect the thing to be evident, and show that the evidence is not there. For example, show evidence that the universe is eternal. You can’t have a Creator if you can show evidence that the universe is eternal. The second way is to show that the concept of God is logically contradictory, e.g. – that the concept of a “timeless person” is self-contradictory. Scholarly atheists try to do this, but this has not filtered down to the rank and file, which is why they still hold to these atheist slogans like “you can’t prove a universal negative”. Of course you can.

Christians Should Be Offended By Bad Art

And maybe if there are areas in which we have not been trained, we need to make sacrifices to collaborate with someone who has, paying them at least a fair price for their labor. A songwriter might need accompanying musicians; an author might need a designer to do good work in designing a book cover; a playwright will need actors and a theater to bring her play to life. Good and careful work bears faithful witness to the costly discipleship to which we have been called. And the converse is also true. “Bad Christian art that reflects a lack of investment of time, commitment, craft, or skill, presents the illusion that the Christian life is not worthy or requiring of the same,” writes author and literature professor Karen Swallow Prior .

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There’s Going to Be a Flight of the Conchords Reunion Tour

Your favorite New Zealand-based musical comedy duo is getting back together. Flight of the Conchords—aka Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement—have announced that they are embarking on a reunion tour this summer, hitting more than two dozen cities across the country. And, don’t expect it to be all nostalgia. They wrote on Facebook , “We’ve got new material, which we’ll be showcasing on the road.” You can go here to see the full rundown of dates.

Will You Still Work When the Baby Is Born?

Even after college and marriage, I still assumed I would only be in the marketplace for a few years. Then we’d decide to grow our family, and I would stay home. But after two graduate degrees and many long hours of work, my husband and I were more passionate than ever about our vocations. As my pregnancy progressed, friends, family, co-workers, and even clients were asking the same question: What will you do once the baby is born?

The Oscars

My friend Bryan Coley, the founder of Art Within, thinks we should learn how to “read” a movie as a cultural text. The stories of a culture, he says, give us great insights on what’s really going on. Remember, anyone who makes a film is an image bearer of God,and they still live in God’s world, so we can see them wrestling with life’s great questions in the films they make.

8 Charts on Which Evangelicals Will (and Won't) Vote Trump on Super Tuesday

“Evangelicals, whose faith hinges on obedience to God’s commands, are far more interested in the character of candidates than any other segment,” stated founder George Barna. “They are also much less likely to be focused on the electability or experience of candidates. In contrast, the non-evangelical born again and notional Christians—groups not as devoted to biblical applications to every aspect of life—are more focused on pragmatic outcomes than theological foundations.”

How Christians Should Engage this Election

Good advice, but we should also address how we Christians often put a strong theological bent on the outcome of elections. We seem to think that God is upstairs waiting to bless or curse us as a nation if one candidate or party gets in the white house. Untrue, and this seems to be based on a misreading of the Old Testament covenant between ancient Israel and God, such that God operates with modern America according to the same covenant stipulations. This can lead to a near crisis mentality and turns the election into a moral mandate upon which our very survival is resting. This is not to minimize moral issues and their impact on society, but neither do we need to cry apocalypse.

Should Christians Care That the Oscars Are So White?

It does seem as if many have not watched the films that people are so in an uproar about whether it be Selma, Concussion, Beasts of No Nation, or even Straight Outta Compton. All of those films whether viewed by white, black or purple audiences were blew away. It was absolutely all over the media and unless you just don't pay attention to those things, you couldn't have missed it. This type of thing ventures into that "affirmative action" type area. This is where a lot of conservative types get a little upset and defensive. Being Christians...there tends to be a lot of conservative types hanging around...its a generalization I know but forgive me. I don't believe in honoring someone for something they didn't earn. As a half Native American half Black man...I also know...that doors sometimes need to be forced opened or they will be chained shut by people of less than open hearts. Within the entertainment receiving the Oscar the same thing as me trying to get a job as a software engineer to feed my family? Maybe not. But it is instrumental in shaping how the word perceives things.


“Out of both biblical conviction and years of experience, these women think seriously about discipleship, evangelism, intergenerational mentoring, and compassion. Their strength is evident, their commitment to Scripture robust, their joy in the gospel intoxicating, their anticipation of the consummation providing a lodestar to their lives and service. Although this is a book by women to foster “Word-filled women’s ministry,” much of it will be read with equal profit by men. I hope that some of those men will be pastors who in consequence reflect on what they can do encourage such ministry in their own churches.” D. A. Carson , Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Cofounder, The Gospel Coalition

41 Christian Life and Truth: Risen: The Great Sign of the Resurrection of Jesus

Don’t feel sorry for Christ, who, it should be said, wouldn’t feel the least bit sorry for anyone who rejects the truth. Jesus said He would get all who are His, not one would perish. Jesus was history’s most compassionate man—it was part of what makes Him great, His willingness to reach out and love and heal every hurting person, sometimes even among His enemies. His most telling parable was that of the Good Samaritan. An enemy of the Jewish people was made the hero in Christ’s compelling tale about extending mercy to those who do not deserve it. By the end of the story, we will all have deep inspiration to reach out to all men with compassion, friends or enemies.

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The Surprising Trend in This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

That said, this is a pretty remarkable batch of films. In a time when much of the country seems hyper-focused on one or two agendas, Hollywood has offered us a group of films with wide-ranging interests, each of them surprisingly moral. How do we treat our enemies? How do we serve self-sacrificially? How do we speak for the oppressed?

The Secrets of God in Our Suffering

The God who dried Job’s tears with a tornado answers us with a hundred riddles and with a litany of indecipherable mysteries and a catalogue of natural absurdities and animal wonders to fill our imaginations with awe and wonder that cannot answer our questions, but somehow work together to quiet and humble and satisfy our hearts. “The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things that are revealed belong to us and to our children forever” (Deuteronomy 29:29) — and the riddles he reveals are more than enough to inspire our trust in his sovereign goodness in governing all things, even when the specific why of our suffering remains a mystery.

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Family worship and the day I made my daughter cry

My daughter, Laurelen, graduated from a small, classical Christian high school. The school enjoys a commencement tradition in which the parents hand the diploma to their child, but only after speaking a few words of encouragement (usually accompanied with some nostalgia) to him or her. The graduate responds with some brief, prepared remarks of his or her own.

You Were Never Made to Be 'Productive'

According to Koessler, this type of godly rest (distinct from play, relaxation, or sleep) is inextricably tied to our identity as children of God. Jesus is our ultimate rest, which we can only find when we release the worldly anxieties, ambitions, and expectations that pull us toward greater productivity. For an overachieving people-pleaser like me, thinking of rest as an innate part of who we were created to be—not as a discipline or something to be earned—is compelling. It is yet another form of God’s infinite grace, one that’s needed today more than ever.

Q+A with Oscar Nominee: What’s So Funny About the West Bank?

Khalil knows them well. The son of a Palestinian-Israeli father and British mother, he grew up in Nazareth, near a Carmelite monastery not unlike the one in his film. Oddly enough, he was not allowed to watch movies as a child, developing a love of storytelling from his mother’s reading classic tales to him instead. His father is an evangelist in the Brethren church and runs the well-known Emmaus Bible School in Arab Galilee.

Must Christians Vote? Part II – How Factions Affect Conscience

Before we examine this system, though, let’s finally address the question at hand: Must a Christian vote? The position I will argue in this article and the rest of the series is that a Christian is under no moral obligation to vote if doing so requires them to violate their conscience. Indeed, choosing not to violate our conscience when voting may be the best or only way we can both maintain our integrity and fulfill our civic obligation to love our neighbor. (See also: What is Conscience?)

Forgotten Classics: Dynamics of Spiritual Life

Dynamics of Spiritual Life  proceeds in a linear and systematic fashion by considering the nature of renewal in some depth. Lovelace isn’t writing about revival specifically, although he can’t ignore that. Rather, he addresses the conditions for renewal given what Scripture and church history tell us. In Part I, he measures the current situation (1979) for the church and looks at biblical patterns of renewal. He considers preconditions for renewal (knowing God and our sinfulness); primary elements of renewal (our status in Christ); and secondary elements of renewal (mission, prayer, community, theologian integration, and disenculturation). Renewal in the church is the second and longer part of the book. Here Lovelace offers a cornucopia of insight on the “sanctification gap,” how revivals go wrong, the nature of orthodoxy and ecumenism, the Christian and the arts, a biblical account of social action, and “the prospects for renewal.”

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