Some day will be my last day; some day will be yours; neither of us is promised tomorrow. We're both one day closer to eternity than ever before.
No matter where you are at this point in life, you will need to know that you can never underestimate the power of prayer. This week's post will help you discover some new things about prayer.
We weren’t ready to get married. That’s true. But our finances were the least of our worries.
I pray for my ex-husband. I pray for his relationship with our children. And I pray for my kids.
Robots have already caused at least 33 workplace deaths and injuries in the U.S., and the next generation will have much more autonomy and freedom as they interact with us.
Dr. Roger shares 5 important reasons why churches should talk about money and ask for it consistently.
There’s no magic formula that will turn your child into a Bible-lover, but there are numerous things you can do to help.
If you’ve never been in a rut in your life, you will be. But, there is good news about a rut: it’s not permanent.
Google and porn have a long history together, but a recent change in the company’s advertising policy shows that the breakup may have begun.
It’s not about numbers; it’s about souls who know Jesus. But we should all pray that the Lord would add to our number day by day those who are being saved.
Are you tired of wasting time dating guys who are only interested in playing around when you’re hoping to find a godly husband?
Though I am looking forward to the slower summer pace, I want to plan ways to grow spiritually. Will you join me?
My experience with Mary raises an issue with giving in my mind: How often do we, in our approach to the impoverished, decide for ourselves what they surely must want and need, instead of asking them?
We’ve all heard the saying, “Keeping up with the Joneses.” But what do they have that’s so worth keeping up with?
If you find yourself in charge of everything during a crisis, here are some tips that really helped my family.
The Greek term agape has often been interpreted as a special type of love—one that embodies rational commitment, our actions and our will, but not necessarily our emotions. Is this the way we should love God and our neighbor?
A reader is suspicious of his girlfriend, who keeps mementos from past relationships. Read inside for what our columnists think!