Love is a choice, marriage is hard, and there's no man or woman out there who can "complete" you.
This time of year, it’s nearly impossible not to see ghosts, witches, goblins, zombies, vampires in stores and neighborhoods.
How does our style of dress effect the men in our lives? I want you to hear from the guys themselves.
What happens when our children begin to question the very truths we build our families upon? Is it our fault? Will they reject the faith?
Since the Muslim Brotherhood took power in Egypt, Christians have been the targets of violence. Once the Islamist government was sacked, Christians hoped the situation would change, but it hasn't. However, while the violence has been difficult for Christians, there is good news.
An ancient parable that has remarkable application to today's social media world
It’s hard to believe the holiday season is right around the corner. In an effort to combat the overly materialistic hue Christmas has taken on, some commentators will bemoan the tradition of gift-giving. I won’t be one of them.
Rick Barry argues that when Christians buy into believing in real ghosts, they aren’t looking at Scripture closely enough.
Not even close to being on par with Pixar's Toy Story sequels, but a genial nature and thoroughgoing inoffensiveness make it palatable.
God does not exist in history. He is not merely a part of the grand drama of human time and action like the rest of us. He participates in and guides it, even as he initiated and will consummate it.
Marital intimacy can bring out some of our deepest insecurities.
Earlier this month, Sarah Bessey posted an article detailing why she enjoyed going to church.
It's not the birth story that so many write about. Beautiful births in water, at home, with low light and deep breaths. It was medical and sterile and surgical. But beautiful just the same.
The terrorist attack on a wedding service at a church in the Al-Warrak suburb of Cairo on Sunday, Oct. 20, is the latest evidence of the seriousness of the situation in Egypt.
"11 Pieces of Advice Every Millennial Should Hear" begins by reminding us that “No one ever ‘arrives,’ so enjoy where you are right now.”
Elisa Morgan talks about her new book The Beauty of Broken, which reminds us that God redeems the brokenness in all.
Why is sexual sin singled out as uniquely damaging to the body in a way that other physical actions are not? Substance abuse, gluttony, cutting—these are all harmful acts to the body, but they do not do what sexual misconduct does, according to Paul.
I wonder, how often does God smile down at us and say, “Everything is going to be all right, my child”?
If your God isn’t bigger than your problems, maybe you need to trade him in for the God of the Bible.