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Do you know someone who could be a good fit for the 2019 ERLC Leadership Council? Complete the recommendation form by October 12 to recommend them for consideration. What is the ERLC Leadership Council? The ERLC Leadership Council is a... Continue...

Birthing, adoption choices, feeding, training, educating, keeping our tempers in check when everyone’s having a bad day. The temptation to act like we have it together and know what we’re doing is present at all stages of life, but I’ve... Continue...

Joseph Kennedy was a high school football coach in Washington state who was fired for kneeling by himself at midfield after a game and saying a quiet prayer by himself. Occasionally, students would join him and also pray by themselves... Continue...

Leading a Bible study in prison may sound intimidating, but after my work with Prison Fellowship®, I'd lead a Bible study in prison any day. For the past few years I've been blessed to co-lead a women's Bible study at... Continue...

What just happened? Last month, CNS News reported that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had signed a new contract to acquire “fresh” human fetal tissue which would be transplanted into “humanized mice” so that these mice will have... Continue...

Editor’s Note: Eric Teetsel is an alumnus of Azusa Pacific University, where he earned his Master’s Degree in Education with an emphasis in College Student Affairs. America’s Christian colleges and universities are increasingly finding themselves at the forefront of America’s culture wars... Continue...

In my experience, it usually takes about three to four years to really start to get to know people. Then they leave the church. They move away or have a disenchantment of some kind and are gone. We are still... Continue...

For many students, bullying is an everyday issue that they have to deal with at school. Up until the past few decades, bullying was overlooked by most people, being viewed as “kids just being kids” or “a normal part of... Continue...

One of the best things about Christian theology is its practicality. As you grow in your knowledge of the Bible, the Bible reshapes the way that you think and, ultimately, the way that you live. I’ve seen this pattern in... Continue...

Some issues in the Christian life matter more than others. The apostle Paul made a distinction between matters that were primary to the gospel, and issues that were not. In 1 Corinthians 15:3 he writes, “What I received I passed... Continue...