They say Proverbs 31 is a blueprint for biblical womanhood. It’s not.
Children’s author Beverly Cleary believes that kids need the freedom to enjoy life. Guess what? Grown-ups need the same thing.
The lilies are wilted and the candy stash is running low. But Easter isn’t over at my house — and it’s not over at yours, either.
The politics of prayer isn’t about Republicans and Democrats. If you’re doing it right, prayer is about the politics of the kingdom of God.
The desert fathers and mothers called boredom the “noonday demon.” Here’s how to beat it.
“Slut shaming” is never okay. For the sake of the world and our own souls, it’s time to get off our high horse and trade judgment for compassion.
Ash Wednesday is good for the soul. If you don’t normally observe Ash Wednesday, here are a few reasons why now is a good time to start.
When people let you down, you can either wallow in self-pity or turn your disappointment into spiritual strength. Here’s how …
Tired of the grind? Research shows that working from home is good for your career. Even better, there are several spiritual benefits of telecommuting.
Yesterday wasn’t just the day after Halloween. It was All Saints Day — the day we celebrate the saints and remember that we’re all saints in the making.
“Being true to yourself” sounds good when it’s printed on posters or tattooed on twenty-something bodies. But does it lead to authentic Christianity?
Not sure about Pope Francis or his views on certain social issues? Here’s what you don’t know about the man and the messages he’s preaching to the world.
The headlines are filled with apologies. Maybe it’s time to move beyond being easily offended to a life characterized by peacemaking and mutual respect.
Forgiveness used to be a virtue. Now it’s a sign of weakness. Here’s what happens when people remember the forgotten power of forgiveness.
Good morals break bad when they’re fueled by the wrong motivations. Jesus lived a different kind of morality — and we need it now more than ever.
A majority of Americans say they’re either religious or spiritual. But living a spiritual life isn’t easy. Maybe part of the problem is the myths we tell ourselves about what it means to live a spiritually healthy life.
Want to simplify your life? It’s easier said than done. To get there, you’ll need to make some hard choices and take a few spiritual practices from Jesus’ playbook.