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!
The Vacationers is a smooth read that will keep readers turning pages long after they should have turned out the light and gone to bed.
As we learned in kindergarten, we must take turns. Someone must go first while the other actively listens.
Plays like a companion piece to Little House on the Prairie, but without engendering the same affection and falling dramatically flat.
Remember when Popeye the Sailor Man would pop open a can of spinach, guzzle down the green goop and BAM!, his biceps would bulge?
This rapid-fire laugh machine is a wildly inventive, highly enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining family film when we least expect it.
The Bible isn’t a book for spectators. God doesn’t want us to just stare at the words on the page. He wants us to do what it says.
What if we focused our energy on embracing beautiful behavior instead of how we look on the outside?
After the fall of Iraq in the spring of 2004, Warren was part of a team that traveled to the 332nd Theater Hospital at Balad Air Base, the largest US base in Iraq.
Sharing how he has coped after his son’s suicide, Rick Warren urges pastors to let their times of suffering be acts of ministry.
“One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” –George Herbert
Here are three important lessons on mentorship for both younger and older pastors.
If you had a dad that reflected the love of God toward you, you've been blessed beyond measure. And this article isn't for you.