Category: Christian Living
Last week, I had the privilege of speaking on the virtue of hope at the student chapel at Grove City College, a Christian liberal arts school in Western Pennsylvania. My niece and nephew are seniors at Grove, which made the experience especially meaningful for me. In fact, they picked the topic for this message when we were together over Christmas.
Scripture says “owe no one nothing” and “the borrower is the slave of the lender.” But, does that mean it’s wrong for a believer to
Halloween: Is it a pagan day of death and occult that Christians should avoid? Or, is it an opportunity to reach non-Christians and to enjoy our communities? Christians are divided on how to approach this controversial holiday. And, this Saturday, I’ll discuss the controversy on Up For Debate with two pastors with divergent views. In the meantime, I surveyed several moms who are Christian leaders to see how their families celebrate – or don’t celebrate – Halloween. I’d love to hear what your family does, as well!
Is it okay for the CEOs of Christian non-profits to make more than a half-million dollars? Some, like Franklin Graham, CEO of both Samaritan’s Purse