How much is “enough,” and couldn’t we always do more?
How do we measure success in ministry? Is it the same as any other business, and should it be?
Honoring grief means wrestling with our understanding of it. Is grief bad? Is it wrong or shameful? If so, how can it be honored?
Why is Great Replacement Theory so easily accepted by some Christian communities?
Analogies are powerful tools for communicating our beliefs with others and for understanding what others believe, but analogies have limitations.
The final post of the Staying Home From Church series. Some church is better than no church, but what does that mean? Should parents stay home?
Peace on earth requires more than well-wishes. What are the broad implications of the year of the Lord’s favor and a call to peace in the gospel of Luke?
As we grow in our faith and understanding, what posture can we take toward prayer that will let our prayers grow with us?
Love is the goal, and without love, nothing Christians do has value. How does that posture affect our reading of scripture?
What are “the gospels” in Christianity?
What is the Gospel? Christians often mention it, but what are we referring to?
What is a boss text? Definition and examples of boss texts and how they work in our interpretation and understanding of scripture.
Part 4 of the Staying Home From Church series. Will our presence at “church” encourage others?
“Staying home from church” usually means “staying home from Sunday worship services.” Is that a bad thing? Is it bad if you struggle with getting to “church?”
What does it mean to pursue God, and how is that different from pursuing Christianity? Some people assume Christians are pursuing religion, and too often, they’re right.