How Mollie Hemingway introduced the nation to Kermit Gosnell
Trevin Wax traces the amazing impact of one Christian journalist in calling national interest to a story most mainstream media outlets were trying to ignore.

Mental illness and the church
There may be a few phrases that could be tweaked in this article, but it’s good to see such an influential website dealing so carefully with this issue.

Belief in angry God associated with poor mental health
With the usual qualifier of “this does not explain every case of mental illness.” (HT: Joel Miller)

Cultivate Gospel Conversations by Listening
A much neglected area of Christian discipleship.

Babies and Bathtubs (2)
My wife, Shona, continues her humorous series on being pregnant in America. Today she look at some of the “trendy questions” she’s been asked.

Why pastors quit
Jason tries to slow the quit rate with some biblical encouragements.

  • MarieP

    That survey on belief in an angry/benevolent God reminded me of several verses- it also made me think of the turmoil Luther and Cowper went through because of imbalanced views of God- we’re all prone to it at various times! I’m glad the author of the survey seems to acknowledge that the Bible teaches God as both!

    “If You, Lord, should mark iniquities, Lord, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with You, that You may be feared” Psalm 130:3-4

    “Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not” Lamentations 3:22