3 Ways to Wrongly Apply Matthew 18

As a Christian journalist and broadcaster, I have wrestled with what the Scriptures say about publicly confronting Christian leaders and organizations. Does Matthew 18 apply, and if so, how?  Recently, I came across this article by Mark Ballenger and thought it was so good, I asked him for permission to repost, which he graciously granted.

My Top 10 Posts of 2017

From the Women’s March to an interview with Lee Strobel to articles about modesty and judging – my blog covered quite the range of issues this year.  I’m very grateful that more than two-million of you visited these pages, and below I’ve ranked the articles you shared the most.  If you missed any of these

Why Modesty Doesn’t Shame Women, But Nudity Does

This is the second in a series on modesty I’m hosting on my blog. Last week, Sheila Wray Gregoire argued that the way Christians often talk about modesty shames women. Today, former model and co-founder of GirlDefined Ministries, Kristin Clark, explores the opposite effect — how nudity shames and devalues women. I’d love to hear your

Q Conference Reflects Maturity of Movement

Imagine a conference of rapid-fire TED-like talks on the intersection of faith and culture and you have an idea of what the annual Q Conference is like. For the past 10 years, Q has gathered hundreds of Christian leaders to this unique event.  But this year’s Q Conference in Nashville was bigger than ever with

5 Ways Christians Should Judge

It happened when I posted something to social media lamenting author Jen Hatmaker’s disastrous decision to affirm gay unions. It happened again when I criticized a Saturday Night Live writer for attacking Barron Trump, the 10-year-old son of the president. Truth is, it happens anytime I make a judgment about anything or anyone. “Christians are