Daniel Darling is a bestselling author, pastor, and podcast host. He is the Senior VP of Communications for NRB.

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Daniel Darling is a bestselling author, pastor, and podcast host. He is the Senior VP of Communications for NRB.

Resisting the Pharisee Temptation on Social Media

From COVID to racial unrest to a divisive political election, there was no shortage of ways in 2020 to trust in ourselves and look down on everyone else. Brands are quick to remind us they’re on the side of science, against racism, and want us to vote. And our social platforms are like modern-day temples where, like the Pharisee, we can clarify multiple times a day that we are not like those grifting public servants. Even at home, we are not immune to displaying our creeds on lawn signs. For Christians, there is value in letting the world know where we stand, declaring…

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Christmas During COVID: What the Incarnation Speaks to Our Troubled World

As 2020 careens to a close and we limp into Christmas season, most of us aren’t feeling very jolly. It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but we’re just hoping to make it through December. Preferably with a vaccine. Few us thought last year when we celebrated the season, that in a year this strange word called COVID would upend so much of our lives. And even as the virus began to spread, none of us thought pandemic Easter would turn into a Corona Christmas. And yet here we are. It’s been a rough year. Natural disasters. A global…

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Why It’s Okay To Cheer on Good Economic News

This year has been gut-wrenching for many on almost every level: a global pandemic sweeping through our country has left well over 200,000 dead and many other sick, the restrictions many states have enacted have left many others without work, especially those who labor in the service and hospitality industries, and political and social unrest has roiled the country. The headlines every day are rarely encouraging. Many pastors and church leaders are leading from a position of uncertainty, especially economically. While many of our ministries have stabilized because of the faithful giving of Christians, still we are nervous about future…

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The Way Home: Bob Lepine on marriage

Bob Lepine joins me on The Way Home podcast to talk about his latest book “Love Like You Mean It: The Heart of a Marriage that Honors God.” Bob has been married for 41 years, and in this conversation we talk about what…

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The Way Home: Lysa TerKeurst on forgiveness

Lysa TerKeurst joins me on The Way Home podcast to talk about her own vulnerability about some of the trials and sufferings she has endured. We talk about her latest book “Forgiving What You Can’t Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace…

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The Way Home: Tara-Leigh Cobble on reading the Bible and myths about our quiet time

Tara-Leigh Cobble joins me on The Way Home podcast to talk about why it’s important to read the Bible, how she struggled (like all of us) to keep on track, what to do if you get off track on your Bible reading…

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