Satan wants to help you—to help you sin. He is hell bent on taking you to hell with him. Thomas Books, in his book Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices, drew up a list of the devices Satan uses to draw you—yes you!—to sin. Here are six of them...
God is looking throughout the earth, and He sees those who are steadfast in spirit.
How can the arts be engaged and utilized to enrich our Christian experience and make a case for the Christian Worldview? Doug Powell has a few ideas.
As much as you have planned, and as much as your kids are looking forward to summer, you know there will come a time when you hear your child say, "Mom, I'm bored, what can I do?"
I’m a gentile woman, born outside the ancient covenant Yahweh made with the Hebrew nation. But glory be, for God wanted me too.
Even where there are men present in local churches, there seems to be a passivity of presence. What a need for manhood!
Old-fashioned storytelling and cleverly staged action sequences remind you of old favorites like The Princess Bride and Indiana Jones.
Take heed, My children, for these are the road rules your Father has for you as I look in the rearview mirror this glorious summer day...
Our adoption by God in Jesus Christ is one of the most comforting doctrines in the Word of God.
If you’re a Christian, your job isn’t just a job. It’s a ministry that God has called you to do for His kingdom.
What can churches do to increase their relevance? Why do church leaders need to become good case makers?
It’s helpful to have the “true stories of faith and adventure” subtitle on Majestic and Wild, a new outdoors-themed devotional book from Murray Pura.
As a father of four and a father-in-law of two more, I feel my role as a father much more viscerally than ever before. So what IS a father? I've given that some thought of late.
Even if this is your first Father’s Day as a single dad, you have several opportunities to fulfill your role as a godly father.
Mixing religion and entertainment, as NBC has tried to do with its new prime time TV sitcom Save Me, starring Anne Heche, can be a tricky business.
By looking at the Bible as if it were fundamentally about us, we totally miss the Point.
If the breakdown of the family is one of the causes of secularism and makes evangelization -- including the evangelization of our own kids -- increasingly difficult, this Sunday, Father's Day, isn’t too soon for repentance and a changed way of life.
I’ve been interviewing a lot of new Christians to hear how God has worked to bring them to the Savior. One pattern intrigues me. I often hear of people asking one question but really seeking an answer to something else.
In a culture where the arts are struggling to rise above the silly and the profane, the church has an incredible opportunity. Are we taking advantage of it?