According to the Associated Press at ABC News, Muslim extremists killed 12 civilians this weekend in Nigeria.
After renouncing Unification Church ties in 2007, an IHF trainer again involved with the UC
In the aftermath of the Mark Driscoll plagiarism allegations, another Christian publisher launches a review of books
This is the time to recap the year that was. But how do you really get a twelve-month snapshot of a culture’s zeitgeist? I would argue for two words: “Google searches.”
There’s no doubt that God helped Focus on the Family accomplish its mission of helping families thrive this year. There are so many tangible ways He’s guided and blessed our efforts during 2013 that I can’t list them all. I do want to share a few of them with you, however.
I’ve had more conversations about corporate worship than I care to remember; not because I don’t like talking about worship but because I’m out of step.
They say becoming a father changes a man. This video illustrates that truth.
Nothing is wasted. Everything "fits" somewhere.
Here are 50 sermons suitable for the start of a new year.
Wired magazine ran an article on the five best toys ever. And it was an important reminder that the best things in life – and often in ministry, leadership, business and family – are the simple things.
Just the other day a colleague forwarded me an excerpt from a marvelous C.S. Lewis essay. It is titled, The Grand Miracle. What wonderful Christmas imagery! I loved it – and thought you would as well.
The year’s “it” Christmas present changes from year to year … or does it?
- December 25, 2013 |
Are you journeying through hard times? Christmas reminds us God carries us through.
What’s your favorite Christmas memory? We asked a wide variety of Focus on the Family broadcast listeners that same question, and their answers were eye-opening.
Looking past the familiar to seek the Awe and Wonder of Advent
- December 23, 2013 |