grace

What Does It Mean to "Die Well?"

What Does It Mean to "Die Well?"
Death is inevitable. And in this secular age, preparing for it well has become more and more difficult. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.

Abilene Christian University President Allowed to Keep Position after Divorce

Abilene Christian University President Allowed to Keep Position after Divorce
The trustees at Abilene Christian University (ACU) have determined that Phil Schubert will retain his position as president even in the face of divorce proceedings for “irreconcilable differences.”

Have You Taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?

Have You Taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?
Our world is starved for authenticity. What we really seek, whether we know it or not, is the transforming grace of Jesus.

Could You Forgive the Man Who Murdered Your Brother?

Could You Forgive the Man Who Murdered Your Brother?
Could you forgive the man who murdered your brother? That's what a man named Gespard has done. And that's the kind of radical grace that is transforming a nation known for one of the worst genocides in history.

Are Born-Again Christians More Likely to Commit Adultery?

Are Born-Again Christians More Likely to Commit Adultery?
The culture says adultery is hard-wired and popular. God says we are not the result of evolutionary chance, but the created, intended children of our Lord.

Convictions vs. Grace

Convictions vs. Grace
How do we restore communication when trust is lost? Andrew Barber, of The Gospel Coalition, believes we can begin by letting go of our fear.

Why I Went Public with My Sexuality Story

Why I Went Public with My Sexuality Story
I shared my sexuality story because vulnerability is one of the essential ingredients to being alive and to being human. When we share our stories, we share ourselves.

God Uses Flawed People

God Uses Flawed People
We live in a world that has fallen to sin, and as a result, everyone is guilty of something. No one is perfect.

When Life Ain't Fair: Christians, the Culture, and Grace

When Life Ain't Fair: Christians, the Culture, and Grace
What do Christians’ attitudes toward the culture and the Battle of the Little Bighorn have in common?