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Why Some Stay Single

Today’s Crosswalk Singles newsletter is intriguing. In it, author Wendy Widder writes that singles whose prayers for a spouse go unanswered are experiencing the suffering that often characterizes the Christian life. “Telling singles that if they desire …

Priorities for the New Year

  Early last year I listened to a sermon Boundless writer Thabiti Anyabwile preached from Haggai 1 titled “Priorities.” It came to mind in the last days of December as I began to consider what my New Year’s resolutions would be. Like with many of …

Science Not a Threat to Christianity

A friend and I were recently discussing the tension between science and Christianity. As a believer working in a scientific field, he personally believes the two can’t conflict. He points out that science is designed to describe and measure the physica …

The Mormon at Your Door

  My wife and I have gone through various stages of response to Mormon missionaries over the years. The scene has repeated itself so much we’ve been able to adjust our responses based on the previous encounter like Bill Murray’s character in Groun …

Some Sex is Never Safe

  It’s no secret we at Boundless think premarital sex is unbiblical, sinful, bad for the soul and bad for relationships. Now there’s a tell-all book that is so shocking in its clarity and conclusions that the author, a campus physician at an unnam …

Ever More Proclaim

  I was listening to the radio yesterday and Michael Crawford’s rendition of “O Holy Night” came on. As Crawford’s voice caressed the beloved, old carol, I was struck by how powerfully, soul-wrenchingly Christian its lyrics were: Truly He taught u …

Holiday Help

    “Hi. My name’s Suzanne and I had a lousy Christmas.” It was December 28, and I felt like I needed to join a holiday recovery support group. As I hoisted my suitcase into a friend’s trunk, I breathed a sigh of relief to be back on my own t …

Media Consumption Second to Breathing

  According to this Business Insider article, the average American spends over 4 hours a day watching TV. That statistic is slightly lower for younger generations, who rely on the Internet for entertainment. But, get this. Americans spend more tim …

Singles and Biblical Conflict Resolution

Several weeks ago, I had a disagreement with a close friend with whom I was organizing an event. The crux of the disagreement — spontaneity versus preparedness — struck on some core differences between us. The conflict escalated into a heated argument …

Asking during Advent

  I mentioned in a prior post that each day in December, I’m reading Preparing for Jesus by Walter Wangerin Jr., an Advent devotional. His words about Zechariah are a wonderful encouragement for anyone who has ever prayed earnestly for something t …

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