When I learned in midlife of Jesus’ final victory over sin and death, the world and the devil, through his atoning sacrifice on Calvary, it rescued me from the treadmill of self-salvation I had been raised on.
When his teenage son asked contributor Mark Shepard about human suffering and the age-old problem of evil, it set off a family theological discussion with no end in sight
I never met the great evangelist, but we interacted a couple of times in my editorial role, and he was a link in the chain of my coming to know Jesus as Savior and Lord.
Why doesn't the Great Physician of Matthew 4:23 have more Christian patients these days? Contributor Rick Bolonchuk answers from personal experience.
When Nixon henchman Chuck Colson came to Christ at a moment of political and personal crisis in 1973, little did I dream what it would mean for my own spiritual journey.