It is important to understand the lived experience of our faith, including the reasons why people step away. But real understanding of these experiences is not possible unless we account for the variable of conversion.
Tag: Spiritual Growth
In our heightened political times, it is crucial to have the skills to heal the wounds of conflict. Here’s how.
True, people can be self-interested, calculating, megalomaniacal, partisan, and power-hungry. But God sees the whole person—and so should we.
Some found it odd that the Church would ask people to stop using “Mormon” after its “I’m a Mormon” ad campaign. What if that was kind of the point?
What might be called Classical Christian Liberal Arts Education? How is such an education reflected in the BYU Mission and Aims?
Exploring the nature of a Classical Christian Liberal Arts Education, why the world needs it now more than ever, and how BYU can help.
Learning to live well with major depressive disorder through holistic self-care spanning the biological, psychological, relational and spiritual.
The story of Abraham sacrificing Isaac teaches obedience, but believers can benefit from wrestling with this text, as Jews have done for centuries.
Our culture claims that we’re un-Christlike if we teach moral standards. God commands us to love; does he command us to lay low?
Is this a time to mostly get through and distract ourselves until we can get back to normal? Or are there precious adjustments this challenge could prompt us all to make?
If you think life should be easy, its hardness can feel crushing. But what if this difficulty is an essential feature, rather than a disconcerting mistake?