Lust has the worst credit rating in the universe. It always defaults on its promises. It never delivers as advertised. It always takes more than it gives.
It is not sinful to throw away a book. Free yourself to throw away bad books. And when I say to throw them away, I mean it.
So poorly executed that it's safe to say all comparisons between Percy Jackson and Harry Potter will come to a screeching halt.
In my years of parenting, I’ve learned that the ongoing conversation we have with our children is more important than any one-time “talk.”
Exotic birds can remind us of how we as women have strayed so far when it comes to understanding our true value and worth.
People hurt for their preferences when there's change. But part of the role of church leaders is to help people hurt for the right things.
Steven James writes the kind of stories that could be used to teach a course on suspense writing.
Westboro Baptist commits the error of saying everybody and everything is wrong, evil, and doomed to hell. Rob Bell makes the error of taking hard truth and bending it so it becomes more palatable. And the reality is, we too can fall into both errors.
My hope cannot be found in my rule keeping or performance before the Lord. So, why do we love rules?
I’ve found that a woman of faith is a woman who endures many difficulties and yet finds God in the midst of her troubles.
Companies say you're overqualified when they don't want to hurt your feelings.
Dr. Roger examines how we can read our Bibles more effectively.
In her recent post, Ann Voskamp ponders marriage and what love and romance truly look like.
One young girl says, "We don’t like it when people are rude and start rumors about us. So we shouldn’t do that to others.”
New mom and Superchick front woman Tricia Baumhardt surfaces with a shining new solo project that reads like a collection of letters to young girls.
A mention of God's wrath caused the popular hymn "In Christ Alone" to be booted by the PCUSA. Is God's wrath outdated?
You may be thinking that I got the title backwards: Didn’t the exodus from Egypt come before the exile? It did, but not in Isaiah.
Suffering is all around you, and sometimes it’s so tragic that it’s heartbreaking. How to reconcile God's promise that he is loving?
Truth be told, I haven’t been a middle-schooler in a long, long time, but that hasn’t hampered my enjoyment of L.L. Samson’s “The Enchanted Attic” series in the least.