You've probably heard the scary stats: 86% of teens drop out of church. But what does research really show?
Fasting is the “natural response of a person to a grievous sacred moment.” Does global poverty provoke such grief in you?
Rather than simply serve up a list of all-too-obvious tips and a few cutesy stories that underscore his mission, Daly opts for a personal approach in his new book, The Good Dad.
Here are three things that might help you think different about that elusive Proverbs 31 Woman.
Congratulations! You've made it into your dream college, but can you afford that institution?
Based on a true story, Million Dollar Arm is a heartwarming (and completely predictable) underdog story.
How often do we slip into a regular pattern of life, and then find ourselves convicted about not making enough of a difference in our world?
Staying home with our children, while sweet, presents a challenge: lived-in homes get messy more quickly than empty ones.
The video Emily Letts recently made of her abortion was understandably met with shock, horror, sadness and disbelief. In it, the 25-year-old abortion counselor shares her story of facing an unexpected pregnancy, and includes footage of her undergoing the procedure during her first trimester. It is a sobering and painful video to watch. How should those of us who value human life respond?
A young abortion counselor has made the ultimate “selfie,” filming her reactions to her own abortion—and posting it online. BreakPoint is next.
Natural talents are the result of our genetic inheritance and the training in our family environment. Spiritual gifts are given to us by the Spirit of God once we are saved.
What are we supposed to do with the Bible stories where people not only lie, but seem to be honored for doing so?
Making the fame of Jesus known through a lifestyle of praise
In honor of the women in our lives and churches, I surveyed a group of pastors’ wives for their thoughts on ministry and marriage.
What is the common denominator in all spiritual awakening? Desperation. Have you prayed for a great moral and spiritual renewal in your heart and country today?
Bethany Jett has a dilemma. While reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, she grew uncomfortable with the novel’s crass language.
Churches are living things. Living things grow. If you’re not growing, something is wrong.
I never want to be one of those bitter mothers-in-law, like those we often hear about in pop culture or from friends and co-workers.
Part of what makes Stars such an engaging read is that the protagonists meet in a support group for kids with cancer.
Education tends to make parents nervous…and with good reason: your child’s social, emotional and economic future is at stake.
- May 12, 2014 |