Including children in worship is not about our preferences, but it is an act that understands God’s plan for His believers and anticipates the day when God will receive His utmost glory through His creation.
We expect opposition to our calling to ministry, but what do we do when that opposition comes from our own Christian parents?
What is the biblical precedent supporting the PCA's decision to corporately repent of generational sin?
In the New Calvinist attack on nominal Christianity, the incredibly multifaceted nature of following Christ is often flattened into "cookie cutter Christianity," but it doesn't have to be.
The new venture "We Persevere" from Karen Ellis and RAAN is an important resource for the American church.
Are we missing out on anything by excluding children from our corporate worship? My answer is, “Yes, indeed!”
In a world marred by sin, communication is no less broken. Given the ongoing discussion of race within the evangelical church, here are four questions for loving others better with our speech.
No longer can Korean churches reminisce about their past glories. It is time to face these realities. Where will the strength of Korean immigrant churches be in the future years to come?
One day, when Mark was apathetic to the things of God, he saw Jesus, and his life was changed forever.
Every so often, we are blessed to meet someone who leaves a remarkable impression on our lives. Here's the story of how a little boy changed my life.