Tagged: marriage

Waiting for Boaz

By Ivy Grimes Whatever you believe about the Biblical roles of men and women in society, if you’ve spent much time in a church singles group, you might agree with me that they’re typically...

InterVarsity in the Culture War

By Gabriel Blanchard InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s (IVCF) recent clarification of its stance on homosexuality—not only explicitly confirming the organization’s commitment to the traditional Christian ethic, but also asking that employees who dissent from it...

Naked at Church?

By Derek Kaser Can people get naked at your church? Can they bare everything and still be accepted without hesitation? Fear not—I’m not suggesting we should make room for streakers at church. I’m talking...

Songs That Heal

by Tegan Marie Brozyna Early in his career songwriter Steven Siler wrote for the pop charts with some success, but his craft—and his life—felt flat, empty. So he began to pray for greater purpose...

Be Ye Perfect

by Andy Saur Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect. – Matthew 5:48 As a good Protestant, I have always read Jesus’ words captured here in the...

Reclaiming Forbidden Friendships

by Joshua D. Jones Having close friendships with members of the opposite gender is healthy, biblical and important for spiritual growth. But in the name of integrity, the church sometimes raises walls that keep...

Our Current Abortion Law as a Product of Men

by Charles C. Camosy “If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.” ~ Florynce Kennedy, lawyer and feminist civil rights activist “[Pro-choice feminists] should look rather to their own elitist acceptance of...