Over at How to Talk Evangelical, Addie Zierman shares about a time when she needed Christians around her to truly care about her..
Airports are known for crowds and security, but there's a surprising source of faith tucked away in the concourses.
Amanda was almost 18 and about to “age out” of the foster care system. But while our nation’s laws consider someone who’s 18 to be an adult, you and I know there’s still a lot of growing up left to do at that age. Even young adults need a mom and a dad.
As we, once again, approach this national day of “thanksgiving” I thought it necessary to reflect upon our nation’s long history of acknowledging and giving thanks to the Almighty God.
Supporters hail the recent Iran deal as a diplomatic success story but critics – including Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – are calling the deal a “mistake.”
Who dares to ask well-known leaders hard questions anymore? Janet Mefferd did in her recent interview with Mark Driscoll.
Critics of gay marriage in Oregon have filed a proposed ballot measure that would allow businesses to refuse to serve gay weddings or similar ceremonies if it violated their religious beliefs
I don’t teach them scripture enough, read to them enough, do enough. I let them watch too much T.V. Am I just a failure as a mom?
Almost a full year after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary school, the motive behind the shooting remains unclear.
She first saw the elderly gentleman at a cemetery on Thanksgiving morning. She watched him cry at a grave, holding a bouquet of flowers. After observing him for a bit, Hortencia Pérez left the friend she was accompanying and made her way over to the man. Although she wasn’t entirely comfortable speaking in English, she chose compassion over fear.
It should strike us as more than coincidental that the rise in rampage killings began when the vapors of nihilism wafted out of coffee houses and college lecture halls to cover the cultural landscape, from sea to shining sea.
Critics are divided over Max Lucado’s new book-turned-movie, “The Christmas Candle.”
In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, individuals on the ground are struggling to survive.
A violent game targeting random people is sweeping across the country. The practitioners, mostly teenagers, approach a stranger and see if they are capable of knocking him/her to the ground with a single punch.
Hearing loss is up among teens, but Mom and Dad aren't sounding alarms.
Egypt's new ban on protests limits the number of people who can gather, with hefty fines and prison terms for violators.
There is nothing more critical to leadership than strategic decision-making. And nothing is more strategic in decision-making than, well, strategy.
The fourth post in my National Adoption Month guest series highlights The Batura Family. Paul Batura is a longtime Focus team member who currently serves as Focus’ vice president of communications. He and his wife Julie adopted their three boys at birth.
Look past the seemingly familiar and seek the Awe And Wonder of Christmas
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