Grace: it’s a radical approach that Jesus spoke into a famous phrase: ‘Bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you’.
Have you ever heard a preacher speaker express a view about God that made you think, “Well, that makes God sound petty and small”?
The Avatar Effect: That phenomenon where, after watching Avatar, rather than relishing its cinematic escapism, viewers become depressed.
Jesus probably wasn’t too fussy about what he ate. He even did some fast food eating himself one time… grain on the run.
Christians owe it to the future to again be classified as the kindest of all – people who love well, live well and serve well, writes Brian Harris.
We all have different measures for success. But as Christians, the more important question is to ask ourselves, “Who defines our success?”
God declares all humans equal because we are created in his image, no matter how much we earn, how we look or where we live, writes Robert Martin.
Whether you are in a time of rejoicing or a time of suffering, you will always have a reason to rejoice, writes Dr Eliezer Gonzalez.
Offering a kind word can not only make someone’s day better, but knowing someone is thinking about them, can make all the difference in the world.
Videos of workers explaining how the push to bring “your whole self to work” is a crock, are going viral. This cynical mood is called Quiet Quitting.