The early church structured worship very deliberately and helps us understand the development of Christian theology.
There are several ways we determine right from wrong in a given situation. Here are some frameworks upon which we build our ethics.
Sitting completely silent in prayer can be tough at first, but this exercise will help.
God's lovingkindness radically redefines us and shapes our interaction with the world.
Surrender to God is the key to overcoming conflict in marriage. Here's why.
Men need not just casual friendships, but deep friendships with other men who are not afraid to be honest with them.
Being a mentor for someone else is as simple as having the humility to share the lessons you've learned through your faith walk.
Some argue the Bible fails to provide adequate solutions to the problem of evil. The beginning of an answer is found in a theodicy of love.
Do you recognize one of your favorite thought leaders—or yourself—in any of these descriptions?
Ed Stetzer: Christians in the Age of Outrage