What is one of the best ways to strengthen your prayer life? Try writing your prayers. Here are 3 benefits I’ve experienced from this practice that you may find useful.
Advent is a time Christians use to prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus. One way many do that is with books. Naturally, I have a few recommendations.
If a child isn’t sure Christianity is true, have we failed as parents? We might be tempted to believe so, but a child’s doubts aren’t a sign of failure as a parent—certainly not if the gospel is really true.
When I try to read my Bible, I keep returning to Psalm 1, like a song on repeat. What good news might this psalm offer at this divided moment?
Martin Luther is fascinating and frustrating, with as much to commend as there is to condemn. How do we understand this conflicting hero of the faith? Here’s what I discovered that helped me.
How can Christians encourage a love of theology in others? Here are some thoughts on how to approach this important task.
Joy and theology rarely seem to go together in our day. But that should never be because, truly, theology and joy are inseparable. Here’s a look at why I believe that’s the case.
Few people give much thought to their worldview. But as Christians, we are called to see the world through a distinctly theological lens. Here are three truths that serve as the foundation for a Christian worldview.
Theology is often seen as divisive. But it can unite us, especially when it comes to understanding humanity—our value, our problems, and our only hope of salvation.
When I became a Christian, my first question was, “Now what?” My next book, ‘I’m a Christian—Now What?’ answers that question, and is now available for preorder.