Jesus envisioned his followers would be hard to resist: a wildly diverse yet compellingly unified multitude of strangers that would penetrate the world with love. They would lead the world in acts of love and justice and be the most life-giving bosses, employees, neighbors, and friends. They’d also be the best enemies, returning insults with […]
By Charles Colson Boris Kornfeld is the great paradox personified. A Jew who betrayed the faith of his fathers. A doctor whose years of training were senselessly wasted. A political idealist whose utopian vision led only to a barren Siberian prison. A prisoner who gave up his life for nothing more than a loaf of […]
The following article by Dr. Jerry Vines is taken from The Vines Expository Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2018). The Journey of Faith | Genesis 12:1-8 All of us are on the journey of life. We can make the journey in one of two ways. We can make the journey on the basis of what our eyes […]
What happens when you take a wide-eyed preacher’s daughter from Texas “across the pond” to the multicultural lawns of Oxford? With winsome honesty, Andrea Lucado relives the year she spent navigating the Thames river, romantic relationships, the university’s atheist society, and a coffee-less Lent—and searched for answers to the universal questions of identity and faith. […]
What does it mean to follow the Prince of Peace in a world filled with anger, uncertainty, and violence? What does it look like to live a transformed life? Our new Dallas Willard Daily Devotional aims to answer these questions by exploring the best inspirational writing of beloved author and theologian Dallas Willard. Willard, who […]
In addition to his writing, Christian apologist Lee Strobel has given many talks about interviews over the years, and many of them are archived on his website. Here are some of our favorites.