A Christian Perspective on the World Today


A father’s love

"How deep the Father's love for us; how vast beyond all measure."

God’s reward

Do you do what you do because of the potential reward, or because it's the right thing to do?

Who are we?

"What is mankind that you are mindful of them, human beings that you care for them?"

Marriage . . . by single men

As a general rule, you shouldn’t listen to a single man’s ideas about marriage. But there are exceptions.

The end of death

Nathan Brown’s search for a friend’s grave got him thinking about God’s ultimate plan for dealing with death.

Untidy minds

Loren Seibold reflects on the moral mess that today’s entertainment world finds itself in and provides suggestions on how you can deal with it.

The scarlet woman of Revelation

You've heard of Jezebel—the Old Testament queen invoked as the epitome of libertine living, seduction and evil. Well, the scarlet woman is much worse.

God in His underwear

What values do you most appreciate—love, humility, graciousness? Anneliese Wahlman points out that Jesus reflected all of these.

Earth’s stewards

Loren Seibold reflects on our human responsibility to protect the world we’ve been given and the devastating result of our greed that’s destroying it.

Luther’s legacy

Martin Luther’s personal spiritual crisis transformed how many Christians today think about God and salvation. Harold Harker tells the story.

Why Jesus’ death matters

Modern critics claim that Jesus’ death has no more meaning than anyone else’s death. Clifford Goldstein responds to that challenge.

Of metal detectors and miracles

An unrelated event on a quiet beach sparked a thought that serves to illustrate why science can’t explain biblical miracles. Sven Östring explains.