Great stories always have a good guy and a bad guy. But what about the story of everything? How do we explain morality and love in a broken world?
There are many moments when, in situations that seem to have no solution and everyone has given up believing, especially the one who needs the solution, help comes in a completely unexpected way. For James Bowen, his rescue came in the form of an injured ginger cat.
It can be hard to believe that an all-powerful, all-knowing God can care for you personally—but as the parable of the lost son tells us, this is indeed the case.
This seemingly innocent question has probably caused more unrest in the past 2000 years than any other.
One of the most exciting days of my 13-year-old life was turned upside down in an instant. I would have loved to pin the blame on someone else, but it was all my fault.
It’s the most recognisable symbol on earth and yet one early Christian leader admitted that following the crucified Jesus makes no sense—except for what happened next.
The gift of the French language changed my life, but it’s just a tiny glimpse of the transformation offered by God’s gift of eternity.
Clifford Goldstein explores that age-old question of why God created humans with the capacity to do evil things.
In this age of instant answers and DIY solutions, it’s hard to admit that, when it comes to questions of eternity, we all need help. Keith Trumbo explains.
Charles Mills reflects on what—and who—Jesus saw as He hung crucified between heaven and earth.
In our spiritual lives, we’re being stalked by a diabolical predator far more cunning than we can imagine, says Gary Swanson.
Our society increasingly measures people by the value of their possessions, but there’s an alternative that’s much better.