If we’re created to glorify God, then putting His reality and power on display in the midst of distress is where the rubber meets the road.
As the Bessey family prepares to part with its crib after three babies, Sarah reflects on the ache of knowing that the baby-stage is over.
A new campaign launched by prominent Evangelical leaders is intended to “change the discussion” on cultural battles. But the message may already be getting lost.
A recent interview with a former high-ranking official in the Obama administration has many college students concerned.
Single moms have the weight of the world on their shoulders. Money doesn't have to be part of that.
It’s hard to think back to a time when the majority of the culture was as acutely aware of life inside the womb as it is now. Think about it this way: thanks to ultrasound technology, it’s commonplace to see pictures of preborn babies.
Police have identified the individuals who attacked two churches in Sri Lank on Sunday.
Rep. Steve Humphrey, a Republican representative in Colorado, introduced a bill last week that would make abortion a felony in Colorado.
Are you longing for some rest? Find your way back to the heart of God. Feed your soul. Savor soul rest.
One day after the state of Ohio executed a man for murder (Jan. 16), a new poll shows younger Christians are not as supportive of the death penalty as older members of their faith.
This year the march will feature one headliner most evangelicals can recognize: Focus on the Family founder James Dobson.
Kenneth Bae, a U.S. citizen being held in North Korea, said in a statement Monday he had committed a “serious crime” against North Korea. He urged the United States to cooperate with North Korea to secure his release.
The Academy Awards are nearly upon us, and a nomination for Best Song has some critics scratching their heads.
With today's worldview, would the famed "Letter from Birmingham Jail" have had the same lasting impression?
Focus on the Family has long promoted an important truth: men, women and children do better when they are part of a family knit together by marriage. There’s a mountain of research that helps prove this claim, showing that marriage does more than any other single factor to protect families against poverty and financial hardships.
The email came from a young man in a distant land.
- January 18, 2014 |
This morning, while getting ready for school, one of my daughters asked if I could help her remember a song we sing at church about God taking care of us.
- January 17, 2014 |