The trick is to reason past the initial firestorm of fear to the reality of the situation: God is real and He is with us.
- July 16, 2013 |
Dear Dr. David: I have been dating a man for several years and we are moving towards marriage next spring. We're both Christians, but there are several issues that persist. I am wondering if I should be concerned?
Kate Middleton's royal baby has made global news for months. By contrast, more than 3,000 babies will be aborted in America today. None is likely to make the news.
I hope this list will acquaint you with treasures, enrich, and enhance your studies of these important eras of history.
Do Christians need to wage war on all sexual sin? Or do we need to put our efforts into developing a stronger sexual ethic?
Have you ever felt as if you are spinning your wheels instead of changing the world? Many homeschooling parents do.
Prejudice is a slippery concept. What was disparaged in one generation can be applauded in another. Language morphs along with attitudes. But while social customs and words change, our underlying attitudes do not.
Does your network exhibit a shared commitment to Christ? A commitment to lifelong friendship? Prioritize family life?
Knowing that God is omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent is one thing, but believing it is another.
Skillet releases Rise in the wake of an impressive statistic: the band’s previous album was one of only three rock sets to be certified platinum.
What can retirement savers do to put the odds of success in their favor?
Evan Roberts was one human instrument that God used in this season of revival.
If this sci-fi/romance mash-up is representative of the current state of either genre, those genres are in big trouble.
Make sure you pick the right pilot. Find someone who has made that journey before.
a biblical theological contribution to discussions from Rachel Held Evans, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Douglas Wilson
How our greatest personality strengths are also weaknesses and why this is a good thing.
We can’t control circumstances, but we can control our responses!
Have you ever been made to feel like a second-class citizen because you choose to stay home with your children?
While most of the marketing suggests that it’s a charming romantic comedy with two likeable leads, that’s really only half of the story.
Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has been removed from office by his country's military. Responding to massive demonstrations against Morsi's rule, military chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi announced that Adly Mansour, chief justice of the Constitutional Court, has replaced Morsi on an interim basis. The constitution has also been suspended, with promises that the provisional government will hold new parliamentary and presidential elections. What will happen now in Egypt?
- July 08, 2013 |