Resources on Christian Living

In the final installment of The Hunger Games series, a few of the characters are held captive and undergo traumatizing torture designed to blur the lines between fantasy and reality. When the prisoners are rescued they don’t know if their... Continue...

An aristocratic British teenager is kidnapped by pirates, sold into slavery, escapes and returns home, becomes a priest, returns to his land of captivity and face off against hordes of Druids. Here are five facts about the amazing life of... Continue...

The Benedict Option—a proposal for how Christians might live in a post-Christian culture—has proven to be a Rorschach test: everyone seems to see something different in it. Perhaps these variations owe, in part, to the development of the idea over... Continue...

As February came to a close, there was a far-reaching event that few noticed. It wasn’t the Oscars, or even the President’s first address to Congress. Amazon S3 web servers went down, which is a much bigger deal than might... Continue...

Lament is one of those words we don’t use very much today. It’s not a regular entry in our vocabulary, even with us church people. I was in my late twenties before I really even knew what this word meant,... Continue...

The Lenten season begins today. Lent is a time when many, even within the Protestant tradition, fast from various food or habits for 40 to 46 days. For some of us, it might serve as an opportunity to fast from... Continue...

Note: This is the final post in a 3-part series. If you missed it, check out the first and second posts as well. There’s no shortage of good books coming out this year. For those of you who love to... Continue...

I have a good marriage. We are loving toward one another, share openly about struggles, pray together, communicate, honor and generally respect one another. We are best friends—he is my dearest, greatest friend. Our marriage is good, but it’s far... Continue...

Editor’s Note: This is part two in a three-part series. You can read the first post here. Two-thousand-seventeen will be a year of incredible new books. Maybe you made a New Year’s resolution to read more or received a gift card... Continue...

If you’ve only met me a few times or are acquainted with me only through social media, you might come to the conclusion that I am the-glass-is-half-full kind of person. You know, eternally optimistic about life. It’s true that I’m... Continue...