March Madness, Athletic Achievement, and Christians in Competitive Sports
Mar 23, 2012
Are athletic achievement and fierce competition sheer madness for the Christian? It’s a question essential not just for the celebrated Tim Tebows and Jeremy Lins, but also to a handful of unknown Christians playing in this weekend’s NCAA Tourney, and…
Overcoming the Denial of Death
Jul 7, 2012
I sat down on the gym floor next to a college freshman after a game of pickup basketball and struck up a conversation. We had met on the court a couple weeks before and had briefly conversed. This time, after…
Ten Big Daily Reminders
Mar 20, 2013
No one stays awake to what’s truly important for very long. Here are ten daily reminders to steady your soul and infuse meaning into every step.
Sacred and Secular
Theology Refresh: Podcast for Christian Leaders
May 6, 2013
Matt Reagan discusses breaking down the sacred and secular divide.
When Your Campus Ministry Is “Derecognized”
Sep 11, 2014
University culture, as the cutting edge of the spirit of the age, doesn’t make sense. No “marketplace of ideas” that precludes the authority of its Creator is ever going to make sense, and we certainly should not expect it to act in line with the honor of God.
Do Little Girls Outgrow the Twirl?
Jan 23, 2015
Eugenie Bouchard, a Canadian women’s tennis player ranked #8 in the world, laid an impressive beating on her opponent in the Australian Open yesterday, 6-0, 6-3. But the news coming out of the match wasn’t focused so much on her game as on the on-court interview afterward.
Seven Sentimental Lies You Might Believe
Nov 27, 2015
Here are seven of the most egregiously assumed truth-claims in popular culture today, with a biblical check for each one.