Amazon's list spans the past 200 years or so, and has something of a tilt toward the new and trendy. But some things about this list raised questions.
- February 11, 2014 |
If life is like a baseball game, should we expect souvenir foul balls to come our way, or not? A father reminisces about his young son’s first three trips to the local minor league park, and what those experiences taught him about blessings, expectations, happiness, and God’s goodness.
Coming to Nashville from California with a name that’s ripe for well-played sound bites and tour slogans, singer Jon Pardi rocks the role of rowdy country musician.
What if Valentine's Day is less about waiting for perfect love, and more about seeking to love others, even when it is costly?
When Kenny Thompson found out that over 60 students at his local elementary school had overdue accounts, he made sure they wouldn't miss out on lunch.
There is no shame in begging. If there were I think God would have edited David’s prayers.
When does a criticism deserve a response, and when should you ignore it? Thom Rainer shares four occasions you should not respond to a critic.
Until reading Gene Edward Veith’s State of the Arts, I had not considered that art was ordained by God in the Old Testament.
In days of old, God used a burning bush to get Moses’ attention. Today’s prophets are often the truth-telling artists, singers, songwriters and filmmakers.
How can you reduce your expenses? Can you move to another area that is more affordable? Read more inside.
As a single mom in my thirties, I am admittedly walking through singleness during a time in my life that I never thought I would be.
As public opinion has shifted in support of legalized marijuana, religious leaders are wrestling over competing interests, including high prison rates and legislating morality.
Though it’s been almost two decades since The Cosby Show aired its final episode, many people still have fond memories of the iconic series.
One factor that kept Wilson from Christ was that Christians were hypocrites. And he admits, “I found out I was right.”
For most people, Lifetime movies are basically a love ‘em or hate ‘em proposition. And for anyone who really enjoys them, it’s typically more of a guilty pleasure than anything else.
Have you ever thought about your financial DNA? What's unique to you, vs. what you inherited from your family?
The Bible is not a single book. It’s an anthology nearly a thousand years in the making. It consists of books of diverse genres.
Estranged relationships (marred by sin, betrayal, abuse, and abandonment) will keep us in the past and affect all future relationships.
Christian viewers have been taking note of the exceptional faith displayed in many of the Seattle Seahawks' players.