Resources on Christian Living

This month marks the 225th anniversary of William Carey’s now famous volume, An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to use Means for the Conversion of the Heathen. In 1785 Carey began pastoral work in England, and through developments in... Continue...

Next week the Southern Baptist Convention meets in Phoenix, Arizona for its 159th annual meeting. Here are five facts you should know about America’s largest Protestant denomination. 1. The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), a name which refers to both the... Continue...

Summer is here, which means many college students have returned home from their universities. Many churches find it difficult to determine how to best welcome them back. Do you simply funnel them into your youth ministry programs? Do you recruit... Continue...

Volume 3, Issue 1 - The 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation comes at an important time for the church. It reminds us that we stand for something. Our own denominational history, as illuminated well in this issue by essays... Continue...

Tis’ the season of turning tassels. If your family is like ours, your calendar is full of graduation ceremonies and parties to attend. Since we all have a call to impact the next generation with God’s Truth (Titus 2:1-5), this... Continue...

On Monday, Americans will observe Memorial Day, a federal holiday for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. Here are five facts you should know about this day of remembrance: 1. Memorial Day is often... Continue...

Christians view parenting as a really big deal. We invest almost two decades teaching our children to love God, to know his Word and to walk in his ways. Parents guide, model, inspire and correct. Your parents may have done... Continue...

What is social media doing to our ability to communicate with kindness, clarity and depth? Should social media be seen as a redeemable form of communication, or is it a medium that is not meant to hold the weight of... Continue...

In the past two years, I’ve moved quite a bit—10 times to be exact, 11 if you count my move this past weekend. Three states, seven families and nine internships and jobs later, I’ve become a moving expert. Every four... Continue...