A year ago Sunday, my friend and mentor, Chuck Colson, passed away. What I said on BreakPoint at that time still applies today.
Bonhoeffer encouraged us to come out into the tempest of the living. That was Chuck Colson's life, which I tried to describe the day before he died, just over a year ago.
Most of us have sat, head in hands, asking, "What in the world is God doing with my life?" Find about how one hero answered that question.
Democracy is a good thing, but the persecution of Christians that can result from democracy is not.
Jesus made it clear that the preeminent mark of the Christian is sacrificial love. We saw some of that in Boston.
What children learn early in life can — for better or worse — impact the remainder of their lives.
Mainstream media ignored the Kermit Gosnell story for weeks until bloggers and tweeters forced them to talk.
Some Christians are heroic because they fought back against evil. But today we’ll learn about a hero who was great because he didn't fight back.
Scientists often believe that if something can be done it should be done. But that’s not always true.
Feminists in the past have condemned manly virtues. Now, a feminist says we need more of them.
Tony Bennett once sang, "I love you. You love me. People do, why don’t we marry young?" Find out the answer to that provocative question.
A good story told by a skilled author can do a great deal of good. It can even lead us to God.
If boys are going to grow up to be men, they need strong examples of manhood.
Years ago the Soviets declared war on the family, with disastrous results. You'd think we’d learn from their mistakes, but we haven't.
If you have the impression that most arguments for traditional marriage fall on deaf ears, you may be right. But make them anyway.
Consider this horrific fact: Christians are the single most widely persecuted group in the world today.
If I asked you what pops into your head when you hear "unwed mother," you’d likely think "teenager." But that’s out-of-date.
The lure of popularity has ruined more than one life. Find out about a man who was willing to sacrifice fame in order to serve.
How does Good Friday inform our Christian worldview? Reflect with me on that.
I keep hearing that if we stand for truth, we risk alienating people from the Gospel. But we don't need to choose between truth and love.