Are you running out of gas in your efforts to lead family devotions? Set simpler goals.
- October 17, 2001 |
Today, living together has become a popular counterfeit to marriage and one of the most deceptive lies in truth’s clothing. The wedding day is documented with more than beautiful photos—it’s sealed by a piece of paper called a marriage license, and The Naked Truth is that it’s not just any piece of paper.
- June 25, 2007 |
Canon Andrew White of St. George's Baghdad, reports in a series of email updates of the worsening crisis in the country and the suffering of the Christians which has intensified over the last few months.
Sometimes we put up artificial barriers between important church functions.
- July 02, 2007 |
The inability to ask and seek the Lord’s direction can be a spiritual matter. It can be a symptom of the inability to humble yourself, and the inability to humble yourself is a sign of “pride.”
- July 06, 2007 |
9 out of 10 Americans believe in God, yet strangely enough there are those who are convinced the creation of the United States is based solely on secular principles.
- July 06, 2007 |
Helpful mini-goals to practice as you push toward the main goal of becoming like Jesus.
One of the reasons I treasure Paul's letters is the peek into relationships between believers. Eventually all earthly friendships end. However, there is an eternal Friend who never leaves us.
When my husband and I got married eight years ago, Christ was not a strong presence in either of our lives. Things have changed for me, but not my husband...
"I wish that on this Fourth of July I could have a private celebration of my own soul-freedom."
Good manners do more than make children pleasant to have around; they equip your kids to face varied social situations successfully.
As we celebrate the 4th of July with fireworks, parades, cookouts, and speeches, we should be grateful to our many forebears who risked their property, reputation, and lives to attain our independence. Some of them are well known and highly revered, most notably George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, John Hancock, and Patrick Henry. The man, however, who arguably played the most significant role in the colonists’ decision to declare independence is largely forgotte
Through humor and personal stories author Eric Michael Bryant reintroduces a better way to live in today’s world: People matter . . . not as projects to be converted, but as individuals important and unique in their own right.
- June 21, 2007 |
The Southern Baptist Convention opened a new chapter in the denomination's outreach to homosexuals this month.
- June 18, 2007 |
Continuing the responsible Christian's journey into the discussion of whether population growth and human presence are an affront to the earth.
- June 27, 2007 |
Church planting is not for every preacher. So what kind of man must the church planter be?
All Christians have in their lives people to whom they are close, but who don't share their faith. How do you handle that?
The June 19 deportation of a Tajik citizen living in Uzbekistan is the latest in a series of deportations of foreign citizens involved in religious activity.
In Running in Circles: How False Spirituality Traps Us in Unhealthy Relationships, author and pastor Kim Engelmann helps readers find hope in God’s invitation to find freedom in him in the midst of a difficult relationship. Read an excerpt from chapter one.
- June 28, 2007 |
Holding Nothing Back stays true to Tim Hughes’ modern worship sound. With driving beats and infectious melodies, his songwriting is easily accessible to today’s church.
- June 28, 2007 |