Resources on Cultural Engagement

If a horrific act of murder happens somewhere in the world, but you don’t blog within minutes about it, or tweet about "what it all means," do you still care? Since a man (I won’t name him. It’s a scandal that we... Continue...

In this episode, Russell Moore gives his Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission inagural address at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. About 200 key evangelical and political leaders were there as Moore cast his vision for the future kingdom work of... Continue...

“We don’t preach politics here.” This word, from our pastors, is what we want to hear on Sunday. We don’t want our weekly gatherings to be a political party rally. We don’t want our small groups to sound like a... Continue...

I’m still absorbing the news that Prince has died. I confess that this was like a punch in the gut for me. Little known fact: I’m a huge fan of the artist formerly known as “the artist formerly known as Prince.” His... Continue...

In an article entitled, “Why Can’t We Read Anymore”, the author Hugh McGuire describes an addiction that many of us are familiar with—social media. McGuire says that, “New information creates a rush of dopamine to the brain, a neurotransmitter that... Continue...

We're told church relevance and membership is declining daily. So how should Christians think about such claims? Dan Darling sits down with Thom Rainer, president and CEO of Lifeway, to talk about the good things happening in today's churches. .embed-container {... Continue...

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I recently saw an internet meme with an image of a 2-foot-tall book with several thousand pages. On it was the caption, “Things People Find Offensive: 2016 Edition.” I would have found the image funny had it not been for... Continue...

We're told church relevance and membership is declining daily. So how should Christians think about such claims? Dan Darling interviews Thom Rainer, CEO of Lifeway, about the good things happening in today's churches. Continue...