Resources on Christian Living

For years, as Denmark has consistently ranked among the happiest countries in the world, people have been speculating on the reasons behind this relatively high level of self-reported happiness. After all, this Scandinavian country doesn't fit the image most people... Continue...

Fiction has a way of showing us things that would otherwise go unnoticed. I’m ashamed to admit it, but I recently completed C.S. Lewis’ classic work The Screwtape Letters for the first time. I can honestly say, within the pages... Continue...

All that lit the dark night were torches carried by soldiers sent to the garden to arrest Jesus. Imagine the irony of that. Roman soldiers arresting Jesus is like a flock of centipedes harnessing the wind. Even the soldiers knew... Continue...

Imprisoned near Berlin in 1944, Dietrich Bonhoeffer penned a famously enigmatic letter to his disciple and confidant, Eberhard Bethge. Bonhoeffer, noting the changes in the world around him, observed that people were becoming “radically religionless” and wondered aloud, “How can... Continue...

Nathan Lino discusses how churches can minister most effectively during natural disasters. Continue...

In our family, I’ve been the primary cook the past 17 years. I enjoy cooking and baking, and have happily served in that role. Over the past few years, my oldest daughter has also developed an interest in baking. As... Continue...

For the church, the skies are growing dark in the West. But the sky is not falling in. In fact, this is a great time to be a Christian. I know it may not look like that. From terrorist attacks... Continue...

I was recently with some friends, and we were sharing with one another how the hardest things in our lives—the really hard things—are the things, in the end, that we are the most deeply grateful to God for. This was no list... Continue...

Often, when we think about ethical issues, we consider matters that pertain to the public square, cultural engagement, and what it looks like for the gospel to influence society. However, we must also look to our own house, the local... Continue...

I sit with a friend over breakfast, our table squeezed in among other pairs of diners. We reach across to one another and hold hands for a brief moment. She has tears in her eyes and I have tears in... Continue...