Just got done with a tiring school day. Let’s run through the to-do list once again: Sounds overwhelming? Welcome to the life of a school teacher! How do we maintain our sanity amid such chaos? I think many teachers ask themselves the same question on a sadly regular basis. One powerful motivator that can help …
With an estimated 6.2 crore stray dogs, horror stories of dog-human conflicts, and around 18000 rabies-related deaths in the country, the issue of stray dogs is a real and pressing issue.
Christianity often does not have clear cut easy answers to difficult questions. The Biblical response to the question of injustice is a case in point. How do we respond when we find gross injustice in the world?
Citizens of the kingdom of God are called to be peacemakers. They are called to be apostles of peace — ‘sent’ by their King — the Prince of Peace. But how do we do that in the midst of violence and strife?
As the country continues to talk about the leader of the opposition, Rahul Gandhi, being removed from Parliament, I thought it might be appropriate to talk about why democracy still matters.
Amritpal Singh is just one of the countless false prophets who have risen among humanity. They have a glimmer of truth but lack the whole truth. The whole truth can only be found in Jesus.
I have often struggled with not being all that visibly excited about the season. But I think that’s okay. It is perhaps alright if we can count it as joy, to use the words of our brother James. So then the question is this: How do we count Christmas as merry or happy?
Right accounting requires right knowledge. And I believe increased knowledge in three specific areas could lead to experiencing greater joy on the occasion of Christmas.
Will we always be a people that is so caught up in our idolatry of self to our own destruction and loss of identity and purpose?
For Christians who seek to glorify God in all aspects of life, the humble garbage bag asks us a few important questions.
Governments can certainly frame laws and policies that directly rebel against God. But the majority of laws and policies that entangle our lives are not of this nature. How should Christians think through these complex grey areas?