Moore's blog post last week exposed the raw wound of gender prejudice in the church.
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What happened on April 27 of last week is nothing short of a miracle.
The church must cry out for justice or more women like Asma Yaqub will die.
In 2018, it seems it's okay to attack Christians for their religious views.
There is a right way and a wrong way to seek God's prophetic direction.
In this high-tech world of distractions, we need simple devotion.
The new film "Paul, Apostle of Christ" isn't your grandmother's Bible epic.
How can we stop this epidemic of violence?
I learned last week that your attitude determines your outcome.
Even science has proven that loneliness is unhealthy. Don't be a Christian loner.
Before he became famous, the evangelist adopted four guiding principles we need today.
I hope you will celebrate these seven champions before Black History Month ends.
At a time when sexual abuse is being exposed, we don't need another film that glorifies abuse.
The Bible offers women freedom and opportunity, not limitation.
Twenty months with my elderly father taught me an unforgettable lesson.
Learn to be faithful with what God gives you. Don't focus on numbers.
Don't let your politics turn your heart cold toward foreigners.
Make it your goal in 2018 to build people up, not tear them down.
You can expect God to speak to your heart as you prepare for 2018.
Are your spiritual batteries drained from the battles of 2017?