True love can stand the tests of time and illness.
- July 03, 2013 |
A teenage Christian girl fled Pakistan with her family after a Muslim cleric falsely accused her of burning pages from the Quran. After spending months in hiding, Rimsha Masih and her family are now in Canada.
How does your heart refocus to simply and purely delight in the Lord?
On Sunday, crowds of Egyptians across the nation marched down the streets of villages, towns and cities, raising Egyptian flags together with banners and red cards demanding that President Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood supporting party leave.
How should Christians address the issues of racism in our society? How should we respond to controversies like that of Paula Deen's comments?
God has blessed us with an ever-growing supply of biblical counseling resources.
Egypt's army issued a powerful warning via Egyptian state TV that it will intervene if President Mohammad Morsi doesn't "meet the people's demands."
The U.S. Supreme Court on Sunday denied an emergency application filed by the sponsors of California's Proposition 8 urging the court to immediately halt the issuance of same-sex marriage licenses that resumed Friday after an appeals court lifted the ban "prematurely."
More and more churches recognize the need to minister to their single parents in a strategic way, but what happens when you try launching a program and it grows stagnant?
Summer is officially here, and along with it comes a season when many families take time to vacation and be together to rest.
If God has the ability to immediately remove all of a Christian’s sin the very moment he puts his faith in Jesus Christ, why didn’t He?
The state of Arizona is mourning the loss of 19 firefighters who died Sunday battling a wildfire northwest of Phoenix.
How many kids do you want when you grow up? Two or Three? Sixteen? This was the kind of question many people remember asking when they were children themselves.
How does one teach the controversy, without exposing one’s children to more than they can handle?
Syrian Catholic priest Francois Murad was beheaded last weekend by al Qaeda-linked jihadi fighters trying to topple President Bashar Assad.
Historically, there have been two tools to help guide us in our travels. One is a map, and the other is a compass. They are two very different things.
China has banned groups and individuals from privately adopting abandoned infants, making it much harder for babies without families to find good homes.
June 30 marked the one-year anniversary of Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi's entrance to office, but the majority of Egyptians feel betrayed due to his dictatorial style, his now-apparent radical Islamist agenda and his economic mismanagement. They are demanding that Morsi step down.
According to a newly released study, men who are on good terms with their wives’ parents are more likely to enjoy a long-lasting marriage than those who struggle to get along with their in-laws.