Resources by 2017

Ellen Dykas explains how we can reach out to those who are caught in the sexual norms of our day. Continue...

Many of us have made mistakes and chosen sin in a moment, only to find ourselves in a situation that will transform our entire lives. For many young men and women, this means an unplanned pregnancy. At Evangelicals for Life,... Continue...

Many things aren’t the way they used to be, and yet some things are as they have always been. So it is with purity. It is almost expected that teenagers and young adults will choose impurity over purity. And the... Continue...

How do we engage the culture in a way that honors Jesus? The short answer is conversational apologetics. That means helping others reconnect the eternal with the everyday by walking with them the distance from where they are to where... Continue...

Discipleship with the Suffering Servant changes the way we live during a disaster. When hurricane Harvey pummeled the greater Houston area, the Church of the risen Lord Jesus responded in ways I’ve never seen. I don’t just mean in the... Continue...

Editor’s note: This is the fifth article in a monthly series on what Christians should know about bioethics. From the time of Adam and Eve until the late 1970s, there was—with one notable exception—only one way to make a baby:... Continue...

When a pastor is burning out, many times a board of elders or deacons form a support system. Often, it’s his spouse that watches out for him. But, who cares for the pastor’s spouse? According to a LifeWay Research survey... Continue...

For many Americans, November 8th was an important day—whether for good or ill. Millions exercised their right by voting for the next President of the United States. For several months, we witnessed political ads, watched debates, and argued over candidates... Continue...

“My pastor is just not very supportive of having an orphan care ministry in our church.” I have heard this phrase too many times. As an adoptive parent, I don’t get it. “How could a pastor and church not be... Continue...