Resources on Christian Living

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...

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...

Certain questions tend to arise after returning from a short-term mission trip to an impoverished area or after hearing a missionary serving in such a locale talk about the destitute conditions in which local Christians live: “Do I need to... Continue...

Richard Stearns shares what he would tell his younger self. Stearns is president of World Vision U.S. Continue...

Anxiety is a real problem in our society. Working in ministry, I regularly talk to Christians who are struggling with anxiety, and I also spend a lot of time working with leaders trying to help others deal with anxiety in... Continue...

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 3, 2019—“The Storm-Tossed Family: How the Cross Reshapes the Home” by ERLC President Russell Moore has won the Christian Book Award in the category of Faith & Culture, a recognition given by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA).... Continue...

“Girl power,” “girls have no limits,” “girls never give up,” “the future is female.” A quick walk around the girls’ clothing section of any store reveals t-shirts emblazoned with these messages, and many more. The bright colors attract my eyes,... Continue...

“This was your life,” it said, and that scared me half to death. I was a child, and came across a fundamentalist Christian evangelistic tract, drawn in a comic book style. As a hardcore fan of all things superhero, I... Continue...

I’ve never been a fan of tract homes. While I like symmetry and order, tract homes seem to lack creativity. You walk down the street and see Home A, Home B, Home C, Home B, Home A, another Home B, and so... Continue...

For a year of my childhood, I devoured a series of books called Choose Your Own Adventure. Written in second person as if the reader is the protagonist, the books allow the reader to make choices impacting the plot. When... Continue...