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The Sacrifice of Social Distancing

This article first appeared on; used with permission. Intro If you want to follow Jesus, embrace the sacrifice of social distancing. It is costly and difficult. As a pastor, this runs counter to what I work so hard to achieve: gather Christians and non-Christians together to hear the Word, to worship, and to respond […]

Dr. Michael Dudley’s Full Interview on COVID-19

Dr. Michael Dudley is the president & CEO of Qpex, a bio-tech company in southern California. With over 30 years of experience in anti-infective research and development, he has a wealth of knowledge about infectious diseases, part of which stems from his experience being on the team that treated the first AIDS patient in America. […]

A Christian Response to Coronavirus

This article first appeared on; used with permission. I took my old manual typewriter to be repaired yesterday. The diagnosis: it has the “Smith-Corona” virus. Too soon? Maybe so. But I thought a little levity might help. Then again, if you’re under age 50, you may not even get the joke. When it comes […]

Live Faith Updates: The Coronavirus Outbreak

The only thing spreading faster than the coronavirus (COVID-19) is the news coverage. Reports about the stock market, air travel, hygiene concerns, mortality rate, and faulty screening equipment are popping up multiple times a day. Commentators spar about how serious this is, leaving many viewers with a sense of uncertainty about what’s really taking place. […]

How to Love Unlovable People

We would all love to live in Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, but sometimes we find ourselves living in a community much like Jimmy Stewart’s character in Rear Window, isolated from those who live close to us by our walls and fences. One character in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 classic says, “You don’t know the meaning of the […]

Steve McQueen: The Untold Story of an American Icon

You may know him from hit movies like Bullitt, The Magnificent Seven, or The Great Escape, but few may know that Steve McQueen (or “The King of Cool”) became a Christian later in life. He had it all … money, fame, luxury sports cars, and lavish homes, yet he still felt empty inside. And his emptiness sent him down the dead-end road […]

Coronavirus Outbreak: Biblical Hope to Overcome Fear

The coronavirus (COVID-19) has left more than 1,000 dead, and tens of thousands of confirmed cases continue to climb every day. Health officials are fighting diligently to ensure this outbreak does not establish a foothold as new cases sprout across the globe. I was flying a great deal the last few weeks. Even back in […]

What’s Wrong with the Prosperity Gospel

Last July Haven Today aired a new series on the prosperity gospel with Costi Hinn, the nephew of a famous televangelist prosperity preacher. It turns out it struck a nerve. What I thought would be interesting—and maybe controversial—became Haven’s most listened-to program of the year. This simply doesn’t happen during the summer months when our […]

10 Things to Love About Charles Spurgeon

When the sermons of other men are covered with dust, Spurgeon’s will still be read—and preached! — Warren W. Wiersbe Charles H. Spurgeon, “the prince of preachers,” is one of the most-admired pastors that ever stepped behind a pulpit, reaching over 10 million people in his lifetime with his sermons. And even after his death […]

Spurgeon on Depression

Have you ever struggled with sadness, grief, or depression? You’re not alone. In fact, some of the greatest preachers and theologians throughout history have struggled with the same issues. Charles Spurgeon, who is known as one of the greatest preachers of all time, wrote an article called, “The Minister’s Fainting Fits,” referring to his own […]

Barry Black: Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven

At the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast, US Senate Chaplain Barry Black delivered a powerful speech that sparked cheers and brought thousands of attendees to their feet. In order to make ourselves heard in a way that really changes things, he said, we must start calling upon God—the one who holds the ultimate power.     […]

Silent Night: The WWI Christmas Truce

Lieutenant Charles Brewer never imagined that he’d spend his Christmas in 1914 nearly knee deep in mud and praying that the Germans wouldn’t overtake him and his battalion from Great Britain. But there he was. Five months of trench warfare. One million lives lost. No end in sight. Winter in Europe is brutal. Bitter cold, […]