Resources by 2019

One year ago, I stepped into a crosswalk and was struck by an oncoming bus. The trauma of the accident has made me reflect much on the role the body—both the physical body and the church body—plays in spiritual healing... Continue...

If your days or life are anything like mine, sometimes schedule demands can overtake every minute of your day. I wake anywhere between 4:30 a.m. and 5:15 a.m. and trying to go to bed between 9:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. In the... Continue...

This is part one in the series: What’s happening with the abortion debates in America? Jeff interviews Alabama columnist Dana Hall McCain to talk about the headline news made by her state’s new pro-life bill. Last week was momentous for... Continue...

Imagine a society where a criminal could be tracked down almost immediately by police and taken into custody, all by using his face as identification. Or a world where you no longer need to carry your ID card, insurance information,... Continue...

The church struggles to meet the needs of persons with mental illness. LifeWay Research published a detailed study depicting the unmet ministry needs of adults with mental illness, and recently published research demonstrates that families of children and teens with... Continue...

LifeWay Research recently released the results of a national survey of Protestant churchgoers including Southern Baptist churchgoers on their perception of sexual misconduct. The survey asked a variety of questions to gauge what sort of experience those who attend Protestant... Continue...

Better Together captures our desire to partner together as men and women in the church and beyond to advance the kingdom with mutual support and care. Better Together will address a wide range of topics from sexual abuse, leadership, women and work, women’s ministry, and more. Today’s... Continue...

Russell Moore discusses the importance of parents instilling a good work ethic in their children.  Continue...

As a parent of small children, I find the children's television landscape is filled with more fluff than substance. Most of it is designed to sell merchandise, but some shows are different. My children actually learn meaningful lessons from these... Continue...

A few days before I left for college, I drove across town to my grandmother’s house, as I regularly did on Saturday mornings. I found her sitting at her kitchen table covered with its vinyl tablecloth and newspapers, as she... Continue...