How can you honor God after Easter? Should your children have screen time? Does God care about rural America? And what should Christians think about platforms? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Karen Swallow Prior, Andy Crouch, Ed Stetzer and Spence Spencer in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
So far in our 2016 recap, we published a list of your favorite articles and a list of the most-read articles. Now, I’m going to share with you a few of my favorites. Narrowing down the list was insanely difficult. I’ve learned so much from every single article and video Intersect published this year. To make my task a tad… Read More
“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all for the glory of God”. 1 Corinthians 10:31 probably isn’t new to you. The Christian life is full of opportunities to apply great scriptural truths in new ways. Personally, I often fail to follow this verse. I do not do all things for… Read More
We have a negativity problem on social media. We rant about certain Presidential candidates, or we rant with equal fervor about those who don’t support said candidates. We moan about gas shortages or the long lines at the pump, or we leverage the crisis to moan about fossil fuels or why we all can’t just… Read More
How should Christians use social media? Amy Whitfield, Director of Communications at Southeastern Seminary, tackled this question in a recent interview with Steve Noble about an article she wrote for The Exchange. Follow this link to listen to the interview, or you can read highlights from the conversation below: Why are we so addicted to speaking self-righteously on social media?… Read More