Overcoming the World

By Randy Horick
Around the world at Easter, Christians greet one another with a call and response that reaches back nearly two thousand years: "Christ is risen!" it begins. "Christ is risen… read more


By Whitney Simpson
Easter is a grace-filled celebration for us but what happens when it's over? I think we Christians can easily be tempted to experience holiday remorse after Easter. We tend to… read more

The Carpenter Is Dead

By Ronnie McBrayer
Blood runs along what remains of his left eyebrow. The drop hangs there for an instant and splashes to the ground. Stripped naked, on his knees, he lets his face fall forward into … read more

Confronting Drug Abuse

By Erik Alsgaard
Synthetic Marijuana Sixteen-year-old Emily Bauer was on a breathing tube, lying in a hospital bed in Texas on the afternoon of December 16. All medications and nourishment had… read more

The Jesus We Need

By David Dorn
Jesus isn't who they wanted, but Jesus is who they needed. When Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem, riding on a donkey, the Jewish people praised Him singing "Hosanna." "Blessed… read more

The Death of Death

By Clay Morgan
Vampires, zombies, ghosts, and undead creatures appeal to us because eternity has been set in our hearts. Our limited minds aren't able to comprehend infinity, yet humankind has… read more

The Biblical People of Easter

By Nancy Ferguson
Jesus Is Risen! Alleluia! Jesus Christ is risen! Christians everywhere declare this truth that is the foundation of our faith. This Sunday we hear again the story of those who… read more

Let Us Break Matzah Together

By Neal Bowes
Yesterday Christians around the world observed Palm Sunday, the day when we remember Jesus as he approached the end of his earthly ministry, riding triumphantly into Jerusalem… read more

Get Humble, Get Holy

By Ronnie McBrayer
This week, the world's two billion Christians celebrate Holy Week. This week, booked-ended by the festive days of Palm Sunday that honors Jesus' "triumphal entry" into Jerusalem… read more

Not For Sale

By Christopher P. Momany
Did you know that 27 million people are enslaved today? More than were bartered during the years of the transatlantic slave trade of centuries past. Students of Adrian College in… read more

Extreme Weather and Climate Change

By Jeanne Torrence Finley
The Hottest Year on Record Two major reports on climate change were issued in January 2013. The State of the Climate Report from the National Oceanic and Atmosphere… read more

Review: Flames of Love

By Eric Van Meter
Is universal salvation a watered-down, anti-biblical concept that strikes at the core of Christian life and practice? Or is it a legitimate alternative to the doctrine of eternal… read more
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