"I barely knew anyone who'd had a miscarriage ... until I experienced my own," writes Caitlin Seccombe Lubinski for Her.meneutics. "As I experience the grief of miscarriage, I am struck by the hush-hush method with which our culture treats an extremely widespread women's issue."
Extensive research has been done to determine which the habits of rich people. Habits chart the direction of our lives.
Pretty much a two-hour commercial for Celebrate Recovery, but as promotional videos go it's a surprisingly good and realistic one.
Marriage is easily one of the most popular topics in Christian circles. For singles, marriage is something to pursue.
The reality is, we are all called to full-time ministry no matter where we work. Jesus isn’t hiring part-time followers.
In hindsight, there was almost no point in reviewing Marvel’s Agents of Shield. This highly anticipated new series was probably the only fall pilot guaranteed of success.
How do we teach our children that writing poetry can be fun?
Longtime House Speaker Tip O'Neill made famous the maxim "all politics is local." It seems that news coverage is the same. We watch what we think matters to us.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and survivor Janet Thompson provides tips for helping the women in your life.
Fostering your own singles ministry can be as simple as it needs to be: use what you have, and don't be afraid.
“It’s called The Blacklist. That sounds exciting.” Quips James Spader’s character at the end of the first episode. Doubtless, NBC hopes the audience will think so too.
Andrew Murray, 19th century author, boldly asserted that the “devil’s greatest tool is to keep the believer from praying!” So how can the average person overcome their laziness, sleepiness or disorganization when it comes to prayer?
The pressure of tolerance is visible across our culture.
Your response to this movie will depend on which element of filmmaking—originality, characters, or performances—means the most to you.
In many cases, people who once called themselves Christians are simply no longer doing that… what we need is a mobilized—rather than demoralized—mission force.
Girls growing up in the church are told: ‘True Love Waits.’ What’s it “waiting” for, anyway?” Let's re-frame this conversation.
The Book of Titus reads like a memo from one leader to another, in which the mentor models what it means to live and lead as a man, making it obvious what he values most.
Thinking about stepping away from a commitment you’ve made as you face a new ministry season? Before you do, keep reading.