Ah, Valentine’s Day. We love it; we hate it. What makes this holiday such a lightning rod for strong opinions? Here are five thoughts.
I'm 46 years old. I would really like to get married, but I feel like I don't know how to date anymore. Help!
Guys, let's use this holiday to do what we should be doing more often
What seemed like it might be a fantastic, magical story feels awkwardly stitched together, even laughable when not outright confusing.
Whether married or single, Valentine's Day can stir up emotions that make us wish the holiday would just fall off the calendar.
Bad parenting is easy. God's plan brings success.
The world preys upon women held captive to false beliefs about their bodies and only the truth of God’s Word can set them free.
A lot has changed in nearly three decades, but there's simply not much need for a RoboCop reboot. Audiences have been there, seen that.
The latest topic in the Gospel Coalition blog series, “9 Things You Should Know About…” is that of marriage.
What if this Valentine's Day you took the man in your life off the hook? What if this year you focused not on your expectations or the disappointment that the "Day of Romance" tends to bring but on the Author of Romance?
Before you even pack a bag, the enemy is baiting traps to snag you into compromising your moral and ethical standards on the road.
Easily the sparsest film of the one-man survival genre, this virtually wordless film pairs intriguingly with current release Gravity.
Obviously, we love our husbands and kids more than we love pizza or shoes. But what would you say is your FIRST love?
Now facing its third millennium, the Christian church faces a moment of great historical importance and opportunity.
A heartwarming message and strong production values are bogged down by an unnecessary dichotomy between faith and using our talents.
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.
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.