Day: February 8, 2018

Giving God the (Olympic) Glory: Christian Athletes to Watch in PyeongChang

These athletes walked with God along the arduous road to the Olympics. Winter Olympic sports take strength, grace, speed, precision, and incredible courage. For many of the athletes we’re about to see in PyeongChang, South Korea, those qualities are bolstered by their faith in God, which has seen them through their darkest hours and hardest Read More

Died: James W. Sire, Editor Who Brought Us Francis Schaeffer and Os Guinness

‘The Universe Next Door’ author used worldview as a tool for evangelical apologetics. James W. Sire, the InterVarsity Press (IVP) editor who introduced Christian readers to works by Francis Schaeffer, Os Guinness, C. Stephen Evans, and Rebecca Manley Pippert, died Tuesday at age 84. As chief editor for IVP, Sire advanced the Christian worldview movement Read More

Blessed Are the Unsatisfied

We often assume that loneliness and dissatisfaction are symptoms of spiritual failure. But what if they’re signs of healthy faith? TV preachers like Kenneth Copeland tell us what we often want to hear: “God intends for you to be satisfied in every area of your life.” Christian teacher Joyce Meyer presents a similar formula for Read More