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Who is Martin Luther?

This year marks the 500th anniversary of the moment when a little-known monk named Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation and changed the course of human history. But who is this man who challenged the highest authorities of his day so that the truth of the gospel could be known and preached? Luther was the man God used […]

Short Film: Fleeing ISIS, Finding Jesus

“Is this the end of Christianity in the Middle East?” When Charles Morris read this headline posed by the New York Times, he chose to travel to Jordan and Iraq in search of answers. What he discovered left him amazed and inspired. While the news coverage of ISIS focuses on the horrors wrought by this group, […]

A Generation of Rebels

MOISES LOOKS ABOUT HIM, shivers at the overactive AC, and eventually answers the question. “Yes,” he says. “Of course I have been afraid for my life. There were many times when I was called to stand before the authorities. They would try to intimidate me, telling me on one occasion that they knew where my […]

The Little Church That Could

When the school bus pulls up to the curb at 6:31am and unloads its cargo, the sound of unbridled joy and excitement is almost loud enough to drown out the ocean. It is Easter Sunday down by the beach, and though the rising sun is hidden behind a heavy cloud, its warmth blown away by […]

Bibles For Cuba

Old cars, cigars and baseball. This is what Cuba is popularly known for, but there’s something else I want to add to that list: Jesus. As I took off from Havana last week, I was both tired and exhilarated. For the past several days, I’d been traveling throughout Cuba to meet with new believers and faithful saints. […]

4 Reasons to Rejoice

How often do you experience joy? That may be a hard question to answer, but it’s one we should thoughtfully consider. For many of us, it’s difficult to experience joy because of a level of guilt or even shame in our life. Whether it’s a blatant sin or the act of postponing something that we […]

What’s so good about Good Friday?

Have you ever wondered how Good Friday got its name? You would think the day we set aside to remember Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross would get a less cheerful designation, but I believe there’s a good reason why Good Friday’s name continues to stand the test of time. Many scholars point to the fact that […]

Show & Tell: “Found” by Sally Lloyd-Jones

Charles Morris “shows” a group of kids a brand new book by Sally Lloyd-Jones called Found based on Psalm 23. With Sally’s words from The Jesus Storybook Bible and new illustrations by Jago, this new board book reminds it’s readers and non-readers about God’s special love for His people.   Found: Psalm 23 From the […]

Story of a Prodigal Daughter

“Mom, Dad, I don’t want your rules and morals. I don’t want to act like a Christian anymore! And I’m not going to,” Barbara declared at age 18. As her father desperately attempted to reason with her, Barbara grew more resentful, choosing a path of immorality that only deepened her parents’ pain. Years later, Barbara […]

The Return of the Prodigal Son

You don’t need to know much of the Bible to have heard the story of the Prodigal Son. Like the Good Samaritan, this well-known parable has been retold so many times that most English speakers can identify the meaning of “prodigal” without necessarily knowing its historical context. Many of us can see ourselves as the […]

How to Find God When You’re Feeling Lonely

You don’t have to be alone to feel lonely. At some point, we will all experience that feeling of emptiness, of being cut off from others. For some, the feeling is only too common. For others, it’s an unpleasant surprise. Lydia Brownback, author of Finding God in My Loneliness, says that God created us with […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Saint Patrick

St. Patrick’s Day. The time when many of us will don our greenest outfits and celebrate all things Irish. Thousands will line the streets in New York City, Boston, and Dublin on the day that celebrates a man whose name is just about as famous as Saint Nicholas or Saint Valentine. Much like Nicholas and […]