Mike Ensley writes from his home in Orlando.
Fearing the male sex drive has damaged a lot of lives.
You don't just lose a job when you lose a job. No matter what the truth is, it can still feel like you're worthless. And that matters enough.
Once we are real, we are called to really relate. And that's what it means to be righteous.
If the Beatitudes list the qualities Jesus finds most important, then I ought to ponder and pray about them.
I know I'm a Christian, but am I Christian enough?
The Son of God did not become man, die, and rise again so that we could walk a tightrope over hell.
In that moment I wasn't missing God; I was missing the other pieces.
Yes, you can relate to their struggles.
Our ability to redeem the sexual generation will lie in our willingness to live and love with the same kind of daring Jesus did.
I've always felt funny whenever I hear somebody begin a sentence with those words. It sounds so resolute, so certain.
Sometimes it takes a dog to show us that the fruit of discipline is liberty.
We're all enthralled by nudity but none of us actually wants to be naked.
Leaving the gay lifestyle is not easy. But Christians who have struggled with same-sex attraction are not without hope.
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