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Why Facebook (and Your Church) Might Be Making You Sad

Nobody is as happy as he seems on Facebook. Let’s train ourselves not for spin control, but for prayer, for repentance, for joy.

Seven Ways to Splurge on Your Spouse When Money is Tight

To splurge on each other does not mean heaping material blessings on your spouse, although you might take that approach once in a great while. Here are seven ways you can splurge on each other when money is tight.

  • Cindi and Hugh McMenamin |
  • February 02, 2011 |
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Sunday, Sports, and the Super Bowl: A Christian's Dilemma

Millions of fans will watch the Super Bowl this Sunday. Thousands of kids will lace up their shoes for a day of competitve sport. Something else happens on Sunday, too. What's it called again? Oh yes, church.

Reagan at 100: "The Crisis We Face is Spiritual"

My father's faith was inseparable from his political beliefs. He hated Communism not only because it oppressed people economically and politically, but also oppressed them spiritually.

What Happens When We Sing in Worship?

Some Christians think music supersedes the Word. Others think that music undermines the Word. But God Himself wants them together. Why does God command us not only to praise Him, but to sing praises to Him?

What Happened to Judas?

Judas does us a favor if his story causes us to rethink our basic commitment to Christ by asking, "Lord, is it I?"

Egypt Emerging: Path to Freedom Could Hurt Christians

It's possible that some of those fighting for freedom in the streets of Cairo today may wield an iron hand of oppression tomorrow.

We’re Just Not Into Marriage

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • January 27, 2011 |
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From Tense to Tender: Surviving Stressful Moments in Your Marriage

How do you redeem the moment when it looks like everything is quickly going downhill? How do you recover from a stinging comment or a rude response?

  • Cindi and Hugh McMenamin |
  • January 24, 2011 |
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How to Replace Food Cravings with God Cravings

After a stressful day, when you're seeking peace, do you spend time with God in prayer? Or do you find comfort in a plate of brownies? Changing that behavior begins with realizing you were Made to Crave.

Top 10 Most-Searched Bible Verses: What’s Missing?

You’ve seen many of these verses on bumper stickers, bookmarks, and plaques you can buy in a Christian bookstore. Tim Tebow wrote some of them on his eye black, knowing cameras would zoom in on it...

Still Answering "The Call"

Missionary calling is a mysterious thing. Some people can tell you about a single, life-changing moment when God spoke to them clearly. Others talk about a growing sense of leading and purpose over many years...

The Joel Osteen Moment: Yours Will Come Soon Enough

Joel Osteen found himself forced to answer a question that every Christian — and certainly every Christian leader — will be forced to answer. When that moment comes, and come it will, those who express confidence in the Bible’s teaching that homosexuality is a sin will find themselves facing the same shock and censure from the very same quarters.

He Said-She Said: Can Long-Distance Relationships Really Work?

"I know long-distance relationships are possible, but I don't even know where to begin. Do you have any thoughts or wisdom on this subject?" Oh boy, do we! Find out what "he" and "she" have said in response to this month’s question.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • January 27, 2011 |
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When Marriage Counseling Fails

A couple seeking "something different" alerted me once again to an ongoing problem rarely talked about: many couples have gone to multiple counselors, feeling frustrated, discouraged and even annoyed with the experience.

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • January 26, 2011 |
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Evil Plays the Darkest Role in The Rite

Like the benchmark 1973 horror film The Exorcist, New Line Cinema/Warner Bros. Pictures' newest supernatural thriller, The Rite, brings audiences that much closer to evil. But this time, from a "priest goes to exorcism school" kind of perspective.

The Rite Gets Only Some Things Right

While The Rite’s conclusion is somewhat gratifying, the supernatural thriller botches enough spiritual points along the way to make one wonder about its intentions.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 28, 2011 |
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How to Spot a Healthy Church in 30 Seconds

I knew almost instantly from the actions and voices of the children that the family was a healthy one. Is it likewise possible to ascertain within a few seconds whether a church is healthy?

Five Ways to Help Your Child Find Peace When Stressed

As parents, we're often aware of our own stress and the need to take spiritual breaks to deal with it. But sometimes we don't notice the stress our kids are experiencing or understand how to help them deal with it. Here are five ways you can help your kids find peace in their Heavenly Father when they're stressed.

How to Resolve the Four Kinds of Marital Conflict

Conflict often makes our beloved seem like an enemy. We can easily begin to think, "It's me against you!" when we're supposed to be on the same side...

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • November 05, 2007 |
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