The world is shaking. You have probably noticed that. The headlines regularly announce convulsions in government, economics, culture, worldviews, and so much more.
World Cancer Day is an international day marked on February 4 to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment.
Where two or three gather together as my followers, I am there among them. Matthew 18:20
by U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry C.
If you and I are going to break free from whatever we’re stuck in, if we’re going to live healthy, holy lives, if we’re going to move into God’s future, we have to fire ourselves and hire God.
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is observed annually on January 11. Author Craig Parshall writes about this important topic in his books, and fights them head-on in his work as an attorney.
Known for his powerful prayers, U.S. Senate chaplain Dr. Barry C. Black calls us to pray for our nation in his new book, Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven.
If we want a fresh start and the ability to greet the unexpected turns of the year ahead with trusting hope, what we need is not more resolutions, but more grace.
As difficult as it is, I believe this cultural movement is a gift to the church. We have the opportunity to lead boldly rather than to trail timidly or argue defiantly.
The Gospel of John introduces Jesus to its readers by anchoring him in the story of creation. Jesus was the uncreated One, at once fully human and fully divine.
In his 1939 Christmas Day radio address, King George VI of England quoted an obscure British writer named Minnie Louise Haskins, a retired missionary and social science instructor:
And I said to the man who stood at the