Despite what many think, the shotgun-holding father is not the best way to intimidate suitors. Jen Wilkin writes that raising strong women is the best way to intimidate those who are not worthy of their daughter's attention.
In this vulnerable letter, Kevin Slusher shares about his journey with same-sex attraction and why he is choosing to be open and honest about his life.
Robert Rothwell deals with a difficult story in the Old Testament, the story of the destruction of the Canaanites, and exegetes this passage in light of the whole story of Scripture.
"The dark moments in our lives (where our false notions of womanhood are put to the test) are the moments when God is yanking us out of the idolatry of what it means to be perfect."
Confession in a small group changes "the way we interact, the way we pray, and the way we pursue godliness," Kristen Wetherell writes.
David Mathis writes a charge to men, both married and unmarried, to relentlessly pursue being a one-woman man. He explains what it means to function as a one-woman man and how the gospel can help men accomplish this.