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Mother's Loss Draws Her Close to the Christ of Calvary

It's an expectant mother's worst nightmare: “Your baby’s condition is usually incompatible with life..."

Roll Out the Welcome Mat for Meet the Browns

Generous in its spirit and sweet-natured in its ribbing, Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns offers a strong endorsement of Christian faith and perseverance while delivering plenty of laughs.

Jesus' Death and Resurrection as Portrayed on Film

Any film adapted from a written work runs the risk of minimizing the impact of the original story, or distorting it beyond recognition. Yet, over the decades, filmmakers have not shied away from visualizing the crucifixion and Resurrection of Christ.

Why is Easter so Early this Year?

Easter falls on March 23rd this year. This will be the earliest Easter anyone alive today will ever see! So, how exactly do Christians determine when Easter will fall from year to year?

Find Hope After Sexual Betrayal

Even though it may not seem like it, there is hope after betrayal enters your marriage. Here's how you can find it.

Christ the Lord is Risen Today

What does one do when death comes so quickly? Without the knowledge that in Jesus Christ there is no death, the response would be bathed in hopelessness and despair.

Why the Daughters of Jerusalem Cried

Jesus turned and said to them: “Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for Me…” (Luke 26: 28a) Why did these women weep when everyone else was howling for His blood?

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • March 20, 2008 |
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God Lite: The Idolatry of Reduction

In Exodus 20, the Israelites are commanded to "not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below." What does this have to do with us?

Easter: Celebrating What We Don't Deserve

We are a people concerned with getting what we deserve. We deserved something all right. But, the thing is, we didn’t get it.

7 Ways to Live Out Resurrection Day Every Day

Resurrection Day happens just once a year. But it’s something we would all do well in observing every day in our hearts. Christ died for us. Now, how will we live for him today?

Are You Fit for Life?

In Are You Fit for Life? Jack Graham examines Paul's letter to the Philippians with an emphasis on life and vitality, showing what it means to be fit in body, soul, and spirit. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Get Off Your Knees & Pray

Sheila Walsh has come a long way since the days when she shied away from prayer. Today, she says, "Every sound we utter, every thank you we say, every tear we cry in God's presence is prayer." Read more from her newest book, Get Off Your Knees & Pray.

Why Dads Matter to Daughters

Dr. Meg Meeker has treated far too many young girls for sexually transmitted diseases, depression, eating disorders, and underage pregnancy. And time and again, she's found that the girls involved in damaging behaviors are the girls who don't feel loved and valued by their fathers...

15 Ways to Observe Holy Week with Your Family

How can you honor this special time with your entire family? Barbara Curtis, mom of 12, offers some traditions...

Stop Wrestling, Start Serving: The Non-Mystery of God's Will

Are you honestly living for Him, seeking Him, and doing your best to obey His commandments? If so, guess what, pinch yourself, you're in God’s Will.

Children's Favorite Adapted in Horton Hears a Who

Based on the charming Dr. Seuss book from 1954, Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! is a fun movie for all ages. The animation feels just like the book, and the screenwriting (with all of those in-between lines and side stories) is clever.

Happy Holy Week

Saint Patrick and the Service of the Scribes

On Saint Patrick's Day, many Americans celebrate by attending parades and drinking green beer. But how many of us understand the day's dramatic Christian origins?

Is Sarcasm Eroding Your Marriage?

The real tragedy of using sensitive knowledge about our spouses as ammunition is that it can erode the trust that is necessary for open communication.

  • Dr. Greg Smalley |
  • February 27, 2008 |
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College Road Trip Well Worth the Ride

It is a rare and beautiful thing when a movie can truly capture the imagination of audiences ages three to seventy-three, but Disney’s new College Road Trip manages to do just that.

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