Not everything is as “wonderful” this time of the year as we think. For many, it is the most stressful, demanding, and overwhelming time of the year, with challenges awaiting from all facets of life.
I've often said, “I’m too busy to spend time with God today. I’ll get to it tomorrow or in a few weeks when stuff at work calms down.”
Use these sermons as you prepare your Christmas messages.
In an announcement that stunned her fans and critics alike, Janet Mefferd apologized for her conduct during her recent interview with Mark Driscoll. She had raised questions about there being signs of plagiarism in his most recent book, A Call to Resurgence.
Wouldn’t you agree that most people would like an abundant, fulfilling life? People are looking for life during this Christmas season.
Those who live in this “land of opportunity” are given every advantage. So as a nation, we should top the charts in happiness, right?
Summer’s husband swore he’d never lie to her. She believed him . . . until the morning she woke up to find a gun in her face.
Whether or not you’re fanatic enough to dress up for the midnight showing, here’s some advice for how to experience of The Hobbit.
While holidays provide times to thank God, and celebrate Christ’s birth, so often we get caught up in the familiar patterns we’ve always followed.
We will all have these come-to-the-edge moments where our expectations don't match the reality of what is happening.
Did you know that anyone can contribute to your child's Coverdell account as long as they meet the income-eligibility rules?
Surprising how much better it is to its predecessor is in every possible way. The storyline is just as compelling as the special effects.
“Advent”, over the past several years the word has become almost synonymous with Christmas.
By now you may have heard that Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year is “selfie.” It’s good word for our day, as without a doubt, it has become a very “selfie” world.
I’d rank the brutal job search process as somewhere between getting a tooth filled and experiencing a death in the family.
A teenager (Vanessa Hudgens) sets out to find her Wall Street father and is forced into the streets in a desperate journey of survival. Based on a true story.
We’ve all heard the story of the young wife who cut off both ends of the ham before cooking it. When her husband asked her why – she didn’t know; that’s the way her mom always did it.
As we recognize ‘National Adoption Month,’ thousands of teens in the U.S. need a home. How will you help care for them?
Over at How to Talk Evangelical, Addie Zierman shares about a time when she needed Christians around her to truly care about her..