There are many dangers to moral relativity. None of which are more scary than how it has infiltrated the Church.
I’d like to tell you about a sweet boy who made a mark on my soul. He is precious and I’d like you to know why. I’d like you to know John Luke Pitcock. I’m grateful I do.
Just a few days ago, our editor sat in a trauma room in a local ER because of chest pains. That experience has taught him something about fear he’d like to share.
Social media is a blessing and a curse. It can provides great opportunities, but at what cost? And is there a responsibility to handle it wisely?
Technology is a wonderful thing, until it becomes a distraction. Recently, our editor discovered he needed to change a few things. Here’s how he did it.
The CoViD pandemic has brought about many challenges to our congregations. Why is something simple a part of the problem?
Recently, my friend suffered an unimaginable loss. Last night, in his agony, he taught me something extraordinary.
Does it matter who we are online? Does our social media behavior reflect who we are as Christians? It most certainly does if we realize it or not.