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Adolescents' alcohol use is influenced by their close friends' use, regardless of how much alcohol they think their general peers consume, according to a recent study.
Thanksgiving differs from gratitude in this respect: it requires an object.
No matter what season of life we find ourself in, God is honored by the gratitude we bring Him
New research from Princeton University finds that playing video games five hours a week, may actually make people smarter. Skills learned for mastering games improves ...
In August a petition was launched demanding TLC take the Duggars off the air. Now, conservative leaders are urging Duggar fans to step forward and defend the family.
We have all experienced "blessings in disguise". Maybe more than we realize.
I’ve often told folks at Meck that a sinner has to lead the church, so I might as well be honest about it, and to make sure they know that’s what they’ve got. To fail ...
Sometimes, we’re just enduring Thanksgiving verses enjoying it. We’re just surviving verses thriving. We hold on to expectations only to find them crushed. Discover h...
Those who use Scripture to make a political point must be very careful...
Hollywood—not usually the place to look for marriage advice. But one Oscar-winning actor sees more to matrimony than a temporary convenience.
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New studies have identified brain characteristics that when found in teens may point to possible alcohol abuse even before they have their first drink of alcohol.
A new generation of teens is emerging - Generation Z - and researchers are beginning to explore their values, attitudes and behaviors. A recent survey from Northeaster...
I often joke that one of my ministries is to make you feel better about your spiritual maturity. This post will make you feel better about yourself as a human being.
In our culture, we often approach God like we do Santa, with a long list of wants we hope he gives us.
I can think of two different ways of viewing a church: a family or a store. And it strikes me that these are the two ways that people who attend can view a church.
Stand up to the bully named "fear". Fight back and win.