More than one third of teen guys and girls say they have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused in dating relationships, a new survey says.
Keeping teens engaged in school helps reduce their risk of behavior problems, substance use and dropping out, according to a new study.
The Christian church has withstood centuries of violence, voices, and opposition, so are evangelical bloggers missing the mark?
Why don't Christian college professors cite David Barton favorably? Here is his answer...
Scientists love to study how happy parents are (or aren’t). Year after year, news outlets report on the topic, touting studies that they say either find how unhappy parents are, or how much satisfaction and “positive emotion” children bring to their parents’ lives.
It’s been the message I’ve received from all around: “Real men don’t cry. Not in public, anyway.” It’s pride, I’m sure. Pride that flows out of believing a lie.
Following the April suicide of their son, Rick and Kay Warren have a new purpose for Saddleback Church: removing the stigma of mental illness from churches.
Creating a vital single parent ministry in your church is a growing trend. Volunteers become a necessity in such ministries. How do you retain & train these volunteers?
By now you’ve heard that pastor and bestselling author Rick Warren returned to the pulpit this past Sunday for the first time since his son’s suicide in April.
A new Florida State University study has found that adolescent boys who are hurt in just two physical fights suffer a loss in IQ that is roughly equivalent to missing an entire year of school. Girls experience a similar loss of IQ after only a single fighting-related injury.
The world is changing, and in some ways the church must learn to change with it. Blogger Christopher Smith takes a moment to share what he believed is the solution for transforming the Christian church.
If we wait until we can do everything perfectly, we will still be sitting here when the Lord returns. Let us be up and doing.
No matter how good you design a church service to be, if the children's ministry is bad, people won't come back - unless they're folks without kids.
What struck me about this exchange was how this woman perceived hospitality. It mattered to her. Intuitively, she understood why it mattered that we extend warmth and care to others. Hospitality – or the lack of it – says something about us, and how we see the value of others.
Embracing my 30s and the maturity that comes with it!
Organizations representing Nigerian Christians called on the United States to officially recognize Boko Haram as a terrorist group at a press conference on Thursday in the nation's capital.
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