Eric Foley, founder of Christian organization Seoul USA, is launching Bibles and other Christian materials into North Korea.
Televisions, computers, gaming consoles and mobile phones in children’s bedrooms can cause anxiety and sleep loss, according to a new study published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
Is it sometimes easier to stay stuck in the numb than to live in the raw?
November 19th marks the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, a speech President Lincoln gave in hopes of reminding the nation of its roots in freedom and equality in the midst of a divisive civil war
If you grew up in U.S. evangelicalism, especially in the south, there’s a good chance you grew up hearing about the evils of alcohol.
Pastor Caleb Kaltenbach made an alarming discovery last Friday when he noticed a Simi Valley Costco had labeled all its Bibles as “fiction”.
For many families looking to adopt, the ride can be scary and expensive. That was the case for friends of Focus on the Family, Jonathan and Amanda Schmitt. The Schmitts’ story is the third in the adoption series I’m running during this November, National Adoption Month.
Severe storms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, spawning high winds, tornadoes, and hail, and leaving at least 6 people dead.
Being thankful goes beyond how things appear. It takes greater courage to be broken and be real.
While residents in the Philippines struggle for normalcy in the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan), church congregations in the area are continuing to have regular worship.
Poor coping strategies might apply in both cases, according to a new study.
Let’s draw a picture of Churched Harry and Mary. They go to church and love the worship; they often have jubilant or overwhelmingly emotional experiences there;
C.S. Lewis is perhaps the most recognized name in all of Christian literature. His fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia, is beloved by children and adults the world over.
This is the question, of sorts, I recently posed to a local businessman. As I indicated in my last commentary, I have embarked on an enterprise that I believe offers a modern example of what Jesus meant when he told his disciples to “seek first the kingdom” (Matt. 6:33).
Facing an aging population who will produce less work and require more care in the coming years, China will now allow couples to have two children if one of the parents is an only child.
Heaven is For Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back, became a best-seller after Todd Burpo wrote about his son Colton’s experience meeting Jesus face-to-face. That book is now a screen adaptation, set to open in theaters next Easter on April 16, 2014.
There are few things more important to guard before a watching world than a church’s financial reputation.
The other day I found my boys, Trent and Troy, giggling over an old photo album they’d found. After plopping into the couch with them and enduring some good-natured ribbing about old hairstyles and clothing choices their mother and I had once made, one photo in particular grabbed my attention.
In a rare, unguarded moment, physicist Lawrence Krauss confided, "I worry whether we've come to the limits of empirical science.” His concern is well founded...
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