Articles on Christian Living

Trillia Newbell interviews Kristie Anyabwile and Catherine Parks about how fear affects our body image and past impurity. .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute;... Continue...

Who was Elisabeth Elliot? What was her impact in our world? Why should it cause us to desire to model our lives after her for the sake of Christ? Trillia Newbell sits down with Jennifer Lyell to discuss these questions.  .embed-container... Continue...

As a young teen, I read her books and articles with a voracious appetite for her wisdom. When I was 20, I attended one of her conferences and met her in person. Even now, one of her books sits at... Continue...

The prophet Daniel is best known for surviving a night in the lions’ den—as an octogenarian no less. Much earlier in his life, Daniel survived three years in a different kind of lions’ den: an internship in the Babylonian royal... Continue...

Recently, my son (and pastor) Jedidiah asked me to preach on “ the Christian and entertainment” as part of a series touching on our work, money, politics, relationships, and more as Christians. I had a week to prepare, and I... Continue...

Facing mental illness is not an easy process. Regardless of how informed we are, this process is not easy. Trying to walk this difficult journey by yourself only makes it harder. Often, in the arena of mental illness, what the... Continue...

I remember noticing her frantically walking through our yard looking for something—or someone. Opening the front door, I went to her, eager to help. “Did you lose someone?” I asked. She looked about my age, and I was worried maybe... Continue...

Dan Darling interviews Joe Rigney about his book The Things of Earth: Treasuring God by Enjoying His Gifts, and why we should enjoy what God has made. Rigney serves as Assistant Professor of Theology and Christian Worldview and Institutional Writer at... Continue...

My foster son began using marijuana when he was in the fifth grade. That was before he became a ward of the state and came under my care. But his drug use wasn’t the cause of him being taken away from his... Continue...

Robert Gates, one-time Secretary of Defense and now the leader of the Boy Scouts of America, wants the Scouts to change course and reverse their (very long standing) ban on openly homosexual leaders. His reasoning is straightforward: The Scouts will... Continue...