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How to Find Hope in Any Situation

Thankfully, the hope that God offers is much more than a feeling: it's the reality of His presence with you. Here are some ways you can find it in the midst of any situation.

She's Your Nanny: Emma Thompson's Back in Nanny McPhee Returns

As the magical nanny we first met in Nanny McPhee, actor, screenwriter and executive producer Emma Thompson brings her back once again to help a new family with five important life lessons in the hilarious and heartwarming Nanny McPhee Returns.

I’m With Anne Rice: I’m Resigning Too

There is nothing wrong with Biblical Christianity. The real problem is religion masquerading as Christianity.

How to Plan for a Successful Marriage

What is the “magic formula” for a long and happy life together?

Journey Leads to Selfish Awakening in Eat Pray Love

That we are to be moved by the big-screen version of Elizabeth Gilbert's yearlong journey of self-discovery in Eat Pray Love is absurd. That the memoir on which it's based (and is reverent to) has become a phenomenon is downright disturbing.

Ways to Increase Your Income

How can you make an extra $2600 a month starting now? Dan Miller shares some ideas to get you started.

Strengthening the Positive in Your Marriage

When a marriage is flooded with negative emotions, we forget the good qualities that attracted us in the first place. The good news is that the positive feelings are often still there...

Revive My Heart, Lord

Sometimes we expect revival to look one way, but perhaps God is working the same result in a different fashion.

A Battle for Integrity

You want to shock the world? Start here--demonstrating the guts to do what's right when no one is looking.

  • Charles R. Swindoll |
  • October 22, 2007 |
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Mel's Meltdown: A Cautionary Tale for Christian Artists

There is no excuse for much of the recent behavior demonstrated by the director of The Passion of the Christ. Mel Gibson's choices have undoubtedly led to the sad state of his life, and we can learn from that. I'm also certain the enemy has been there every step, egging Gibson on...

The Single Life: Don't Be Afraid to (Re)Decorate

Your home should be a reflection of you. If you walked into my living room, you could tell by looking that I love Sherlock Holmes, I travel, I'm not afraid of color, and I look like my grandmother. What could I learn about you from a visit to your room?

"Soul" Searching in Deuteronomy 6:5: A Hebrew Word Study without Hebrew

How well does the English translation "soul" in this verse convey the meaning of the underlying Hebrew word?

Hurting People Hurt People

We seem wired to find fault and cast blame, minimizing our own faults while maximizing the faults of our mate. While there are certainly situations where one mate has perpetrated abuse on the other, many marriages are fraught with mutual wounding.

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • August 09, 2010 |
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Confessing an Affair without Losing Your Marriage

Usually, I'm approached by the spouse who just discovered the affair of the other. However, this article isn't for those whose spouse cheated; it's for those who strayed.

Ramadan: Pray for Muslims, Persecuted Christians

When Christians hold fear and anger for anyone for whom Jesus died, it’s impossible for them to reach out with His love to share the Good News.

A Gavel Falls on Marriage: The Proposition 8 Decision

The importance of the decision handed down by Judge Vaughn Walker in California’s Proposition 8 trial will be difficult to exaggerate. Proponents of same-sex marriage immediately declared a major victory — and for good reason. The central institution of human civilization suffered a direct hit, and its future hangs in the balance.

Anne Rice Quits Christianity

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 03, 2010 |
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Anne Rice Hasn’t Betrayed You

Wanted: a Few Good Shepherds (Must Know How to Wash Feet)

Modern church leaders fancy themselves businessmen, media figures, entertainers, psychologists, philosophers, or lawyers. But is that biblical?

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