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Can the Church’s Online Existence Mend Real-World Problems?

Digital technology made it possible for churches to pivot and continue in the early, uncertain days of the pandemic. Now, some Christians are starting “churches” in Facebook’s new Metaverse, where people, or their avatars, can “come” to church from anywhere in the world.

Bringing the Generations Together Through Prayer

  I’m often asked by Christians who, like me, are troubled by the state of our culture. “Isn’t there anything we can do? Other than prayer, of course…”   What Christians need to know is that praying is doing something. And it’s often the one thing we know we can do, but don’t.   Not

Identifying Misinformation

  You’re scrolling through social media and someone shares a post that doesn’t sound quite right. Is it true, or is it another case of misinformation on the Internet?   What would you say?   Misinformation has always been around, but it’s even more of a challenge now that so much of our lives are

Definitions Matter: Truth

  You’re in a conversation with someone about “truth,” but you get the sense that what they mean by “truth” and what you mean by “truth” are not the same thing.   What would you say?   Definitions matter. In conversations with others, we’ll often find that we are using the same vocabulary, but not

Happily Divorced vs. Unhappily Married – Which is Better for Kids?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Children are better off with happy divorced parents than they are with parents in an unhappy marriage.”   What would you say?   In headlines about a celebrity divorce or in conversations with friends in struggling marriages, we often hear that it will be better for kids if

Is Religious Freedom Just a Way to Protect Privilege?

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Religion has been used to justify all kinds of bad things, like war and slavery. Claiming religious freedom is just about protecting privilege.”   What would you say?   Sometimes people think that standing up for religious freedom is really about clinging to power and privilege. They

Should Christians Follow the News?

You’re in a conversation with a fellow Christian who says, “The news is so depressing. I don’t know who to trust anyway, so I’ve stopped following current events.”   What would you say?   There’s no doubt that following the news can be overwhelming and discouraging… especially these days. Between talking heads on television, moral

It’s Not a Religion, It’s a Relationship?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Religion is full of hypocrites. Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.” What would you say? Some people claim that practicing religion and having a relationship with Jesus are opposites. They think of religion as legalistic, hypocritical, and judgmental. Jesus on the other hand was loving and forgiving

Is the Bible Sexist?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “The Bible is sexist and is oppressive to women.” What would you say? Many modern-day feminists believe that not only is Christianity outdated in its views of women, but that the Bible is largely to blame for patriarchal oppression. But the next time someone says “the Bible is

Is the Resurrection Based on Pagan Myths?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “The idea that Jesus rose from the dead was borrowed from pagan myths.” What would you say? The next time someone says that the idea that Jesus rose from the dead was borrowed from pagan myths, here are 3 things to remember: First, just because some stories are

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