Change is inevitable but how you navigate through it can cause you unnecessary problems. J. Lee Grady shares some things we can do to make the transition smoother.
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Christian teaching on male headship is often used as a weapon against women. This abuse must be confronted.
Almost all ministry in the book of Acts occurred outside a church meeting. So why do we hide our message in a building? J. Lee Grady gives ways we can step out of our religious box.
Only the Holy Spirit can break a vile form of racism that has lasted for centuries.
Avoid these pitfalls if you want healthy, New Testament-style ministry that honors the Holy Spirit.
Lots of things annoy churchgoers today. But J. Lee Grady says we should be most concerned about what God considers rude. Do you offend God?
J. Lee Grady agrees with Alan Chambers that some Christians have been hateful toward the LGBT communitybut he insists we cant change Gods Word to please people.
J. Lee Grady's friend Chris Foster could have been aborted. Today he is a trophy of Gods grace. Grady shares Foster's miraculous story.
If you want to be a good husband and father, avoid this guys bad example.
Some theologians today are perverting Bible stories to promote their agenda. J. Lee Grady insists we cant let them hijack the gospel. Here's why Jonathan and David were not gay lovers.
The apostle Paul not only confronted sin but named specific sins when he preached. J. Lee Grady asks why today's Christians are afraid to expose sin.
Gods heart is broken over the spiritual condition of the Native American community. Do you care?
Deuteronomy 23:1 is painfulbut it shows us that God wants to heal the wounds of the masculine soul. J. Lee Grady explains.
Why is there an epidemic of moral failure in the church? Because holiness has become a foreign concept. J. Lee Grady shares basic ways we can stay pure.
The gruesome story of Dr. Kermit Gosnell should make us take a hard look at the terror of abortion. Read J. Lee Grady's column.
While J. Lee Grady loves the Holy Spirits gifts, he questions our Spirit-filled practices.
J. Lee Grady's family just witnessed the miracle of an international adoption. Find out the lessons he learned.
Though our culture says bigger is better, J. Lee Grady explains that in the kingdom of God less is often more.
The controversial author says evangelical Christians are too narrow. But didnt Jesus tell us to follow the narrow path?