It’s everywhere in our society and churches, yet almost never talked about. By Jason Todd April 16, 2015 Jason Todd is Assistant Minister to Students at New Community Church in Wildwood, MO. He is currently finishing his M.Div. at Covenant Theological Seminary and his first picture book, H-Hoo’s There?… Learn More About Jason Most Christians today like to say that all sins are “equal” in the eyes of God, that there is no scale of less or worse sins, that a white lie or a homicide alike would have been enough to require Christ to die on the cross. We say this in theory, butRead More →

By Shane Pruitt April 7, 2015 Shane Pruitt is a husband, a father, a pastor in Rowlett, TX, and a speaker for camps, conferences, DNows, etc. He also writes about Biblical truth and culture at We don’t often stop to consider the magnitude of what the Bible represents. It is literally God revealing Himself and communicating Himself to mankind in written word. Orthodox Christianity teaches that the Bible was inspired and authored by the Holy Spirit of God using human instruments. And many Christians believe that—in its original languages of Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic—it is without error and fault. However, there are many thingsRead More →

There’s more to “falling in love” than pop-culture would have you believe. from RELEVANT written by Rachel Watson As a teenager, I read my fair share of Christian romance novels. They were full of dramatic plot lines, sexual tension, one-room school houses and Canadian Mounties. The leading men were imperfect but in a tousled and endearing sort of way. They always knew what to say. All the female characters were beautiful, but distressed, to ensure the reader plenty of drama. Each story ended with a sigh. Today, women can indulge their romantic side by using Pinterest. They can build relationship shrines out of images ofRead More →