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Matt Mitchell gives counsel as to how to cultivate a gossip-resistant church.
God tests and strengthens our faith by making us wait for an answer.
A weekly listing of hot cultural items from the Internet, music, television and movies.
If the goal of faith and ministry is complete spiritual maturity, there are some essential things we need to be doing and thinking about to make sure we're on track.
The suicide rate among 10- to 14-year-olds doubled between 2007 and 2014, surpassing the death rate in that age group from car crashes, according to the Centers for Di...
Our bodies were not designed to work forever. But this is not an excuse to let our working bodies fall into disrepair.
It’s an old phrase, but a telling one: Which hills are you prepared to die on? Meaning, which stands are you going to take no matter the cost? For what are you prepare...
First Peter 3:7 is a warning to the husband who dishonors his wife.
The pastor is not a hireling. He does not enter the ministry for the money.
The phrase can be hard to define because it a deeper kind of love. It is a unique covenant love that only God can give.
It shouldn’t surprise anyone to learn that we live in a very polarized world, and Christians will frequently find themselves in disagreement with people they know and ...
The adventures of a family striving to follow God wherever He leads. In this case, Wyoming.
A new review of existing research looking at the effects of alcohol among young people found that heavy drinking can cause brain changes resulting in disastrous short-...
When life hasn't turned out quite the way you hoped, and life has knocked you down, learn to dream again.
Have you ever considered that Christianity could be superstitious? In Scott Redd’s recent article on The Gospel Coalition, he presents us with some startling considera...
A new study has found that teenagers who self-harm are more likely to experience substance abuse and psychosocial problems as adults.