Every woman was once a little girl. And every little girl holds in her heart her most precious dreams. She longs to be swept up into a romance, to play an irreplaceable role in a great adventure, to be the beauty of the story.
Every man was once a boy. And every little has dreams, big dreams, dreams of being the hero, of beating the bad guys, of doing daring feats and rescuing the damsel in distress.
If we as Christians accept the evil of this world as both inevitable and beyond our control, we lose our desire to fight it. That is exactly where the devil wants us: apathetic, ineffective and conquered.
Many Christians today feel overwhelmed as they try to live faithfully in a culture that seems increasingly hostile to their beliefs. Politics, marriage, sexuality, religious freedom–with an ever-growing list of contentious issues…
This book affirms that the body of Christ is more than a single local congregation in a community. There is real substance to the idea of the church of the city.
Engage your passion to be the one that makes a difference. Whether you are a CEO, housewife, student, manager, or church leader, you have a circle of influence and the ability to shape your culture for God’s purpose–to be a change agent.
In The Culturally Savvy Christian—his incisive critique of contemporary culture and religion—Dick Staub concludes that though it is influential, American popular culture is generally superficial (diversionary, mindless, and celebrity-driven) spiritually delusional…
How Christians lost Christian culture, the high price we’ve paid for losing it, where we stand today in our own culture, and finally what we can (and must) do to create Christian culture today and tomorrow.
The media bombards us daily with disturbing images and reports related to terrorist threats from radical, fundamentalist Islamists. Is Islam a peaceful religion or a seedbed for terrorism?
What is the future of Christian Media? When and how should I change my media ministry to respond to changing times? How should I select, manage and train my people?