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Prayer: The Secret to Transforming Your Marriage, Part II

Allan was a drinker, carouser, womanizer, and gambler. Even with fervent prayers from his wife, it's hard to believe God could get a hold of Allan’s heart...

10 Tips for the Working Mom

Boy, did I ever open up the floodgates last month when I asked for your advice on being a working mom! Here are words of wisdom from your fellow readers...

  • Elisabeth K. Corcoran |
  • April 04, 2007 |
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Learn Your Spouse's Language of Apology

Gary Chapman's Five Love Languages helped countless couples say "I love you" more effectively. Now, Chapman partners with counselor Jennifer M. Thomas to identify different ways to say "I'm sorry"...

Make Peace in Your Church

Church conflict comes in many forms, but here's how you can learn to be The Peacemaking Pastor.

Justice Rare for Victims of Christian Persecution in India

Victims of Christian persecution from across India shared their horrific stories and highlighted the denial of justice to them before an independent people's jury.

Evangelical Christians Split on Global Warming

"It alarms us that a disagreement by a group of Christians on climate change has led them to attack... a faithful servant of Christ..." --Jim Ball, Evangelical Environmental Network president

The Easter Night Sky

In our generation, very few people bother to notice the phases of the Moon. We might notice the Moon when outside in the evenings. But most of us never bother to observe the progression of the Moon's phase as we scurry around living our busy little lives.

Critical Spirit Just as Destructive to Marriage as "Bigger" Problems

Dear Dr. David: It seems that whenever my husband comes home from work, he slips into being critical. How can I get him to see that this kind of bickering is killing my love for him?

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 30, 2007 |
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Sex and the Christian Marriage

For your spouse's sake, filter what you pour into your mind – it’ll eventually seep into your heart.

Is Jumping Off the Career Track a Smart Move for Women?

Increasingly, talented women who want to balance career and family are jumping the career track. Do they regret it?

  • Janice Shaw Crouse |
  • March 30, 2007 |
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