We all have a response style to stress. Most often, these patterns are destructive and create more problems than they solve.
A chapterless Bible project has taken Kickstarter by storm and racked up huge support. What’s going on?
What's the difference between paying with debit and credit? It's all plastic, right? Matt Bell explains the difference.
Since infertility affects 7.3 million people in the U.S., or one in eight couples, assisted reproductive technology is a tremendous medical advance. It raises enormous ethical questions, however.
Unattached? Here are 9 great tips for thriving in your singleness.
Consummate storyteller Dean Koontz does it again with a hauntingly beautiful story of a young boy growing up in the sixties.
Begins with several forced, tasteless jokes before settling into a familiar but not unpleasant story which the lead actors carry well.
I was faking forgiveness as best I could. I tried to control situations and circumstances as "preventative" measures for this man of God I'd married. And while I liked to think it was all for him, it was actually because I was terrified of losing my fairytale. My Christian fairytale.
Lately, my son has inspired me to change my own childish attitude in my walk with God! Are you up for the challenge?
Simply put, Common Core is an educational lab experiment with no evidence of success and our children are the guinea pigs.
Most people are incredibly lonely. Sure, we smile on the outside. Most likely, we keep ourselves busy so we aren't able to process the pain associated with not being associated - with anyone. We might be married, but living as if we weren't. Many people live life this way, hoping that someday they might eventually be noticed.
The story of Sudan's 'lost boys' is finally making it to the big screen in the new Reese Witherspoon film "The Good Lie."
"Sustainability" and "collaboration" are buzzwords in current leadership trends. But will those things produce lasting fruit?
There is a sense where the church used to be the patron of the arts. But somewhere along the line we kind of got screwed up and we began to give the arts back to the world.
If God wanted us to be perfect, I think He would have made us perfect.
Admit it, there are parts of the Bible that are difficult to digest, and even sometimes cause us to question our faith.
Have you ever felt disappointed in the church you attend? Perhaps the problem isn’t a lack of community, but our perception of what community is supposed to look like.
As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think
Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.