As "Undercover Boss" begins its fifth season Friday, Larry Doyle invokes the show in reminding Christians that they work for the "ultimate undercover boss." Doyle is director of missions of the Piedmont Baptist Association in North Carolina.
Larry Doyle, a missions leader in North Carolina, comments on "scratch and smell" perfume samples -- and their parallel to the witness Christians convey to neighbors, co-workers, fellow students and others.
Columnist Larry Doyle urges believers to allow the Word of God to expose spiritual blind spots in their lives that need to change.
Columnist Larry Doyle examines the Parable of the Prodigal Son and suggest that readers ask: How do we respond when it comes to extending grace to others?
Columnist Larry Doyle wonders why Americans spotlight Christmas over Thanksgiving. Are we "no longer a grateful nation?"
Drawing a parallel to car repair, columnist Larry Doyle says that in the faith realm, too many Christians only want a tune-up, when the Bible demands a complete overhaul.