Resources by 2018

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...

Jackie Hill Perry discusses equipping the next generation to embrace gospel diversity. Continue...

Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 24, 2018—The Psalm 139 Project has placed an ultrasound machine at the Liberty Women’s Clinic in Liberty, Mo., Russell Moore announced Monday at the For the Church Conference at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. “I am honored... 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...

Soon after Hurricane Florence devastated areas of the East Coast, Southern Baptists from across the country rushed to the area to provide help. Here are five facts you should know about their efforts. 1. Southern Baptists have been officially involved... Continue...

Pornography is a growing epidemic with men our society, yet the women who battle pornogrophy are largely invisible. Regrettably, the silence from the church concerning this widespread problem has affected the dignity, intimacy, and community of many Christian women. With... Continue...

A new Lifeway Research study released yesterday found that two-thirds of pastors say domestic or sexual violence occurs in the lives of people in their congregation. Fifty-eight percent of pastors say the #MeToo movement has made their congregation more aware... Continue...

Alexandra DeSanctis is a staff writer for National Review. Some of her most recent publications at National Review include “Donald Wuerl, the Church’s Most Oblivious Cleric,” “Abortion-Rights Groups Smear Kavanaugh and Undermine Judicial Neutrality,” and “Catholics Deserve Answers, Not Church... Continue...