Why Christians Should Eat a Seder Meal

On Monday, my family will be celebrating a Seder meal with Jewish believing friends of ours who co-lead a small group with us at our church. We have celebrated Seder meals before and have found that the experience deepens our appreciation and understanding for Jesus as our Passover lamb. However, Christianity Today just published a

See Ad France Banned Because It Might “Disturb the Conscience” of Women Who Aborted Down Syndrome Babies

This is one of the most beautiful ads I have ever seen, yet it was pulled by authorities in France due to an unconscionable ban.  The ban by the Conseil Superieur de l’Adiovisuel (CSA) claims the commercial, featuring happy Down syndrome children, is unfit for broadcast because it is “likely to disturb the conscience” of

Watch: “Divided We Vote: Evangelicals and the 2016 Election,” A Special Television Broadcast

2016 is arguably the most divisive presidential election year in our lifetime, and the divisions are pulling Christians apart. “Divided We Vote: Evangelicals and the 2016 Election,” a special television broadcast this Thursday at 9 p.m. Central Time on Total Living Network, will explore these issues and how Christians can overcome them.

Julie Guest Hosts Chris Fabry Live

I’m looking forward to two great days guest hosting Chris Fabry Live on Moody Radio this week. Tune in on Tuesday, June 7 and Wednesday June 8.   Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Jonathan Leeman How could a loving church ever kick someone out, or deny someone membership? This, Jonathan Leeman explains, is the “surprising offense of God’s

Understanding Millennial Christians: An Interview with Carson Nyquist

Millennial Christians: They’re more likely to accept gay rights, support Black Lives Matter, drink alcohol and get tattoos. And quite frankly, they’re an enigma to much of my generation. So, this Saturday, I’ve invited several Millennial Christians to join me in studio to discuss our differences on Up For Debate. I also interviewed Carson Nyquist,