How “informed” are you about spiritual gifts?
- December 10, 2012 |
A would-be romantic comedy that doesn't really make us laugh and is more morose than lighthearted, more clichéd than crackling.
God oversees and directs everything, and those who follow Him never have any reason to doubt His plan.
When God nudges you out of your comfort zone, will you listen? Or will you run away from Nineveh, like Jonah did?
Mary Kassian discusses Rachel Held Evans' new book A Year of Biblical Womanhood. For more: www.girlsgonewise.com
The seriousness of spiritual depression and the need for God cannot be overemphasized.
A Hallelujah Chorus...A child born unto US...prophesy of old fulfilled and an invitation of salvation.
An inspiring movie and a great cause at the heart of God
There's an essay that caught my attention on FoxNews.com this morning, bluntly titled: "Why I Cheated on My Husband."
Waiting can be excruciatingly frustrating. But throwing in the towel out of impatience, giving up on God, can only harm us.
“Our relationship just keeps rocking and reeling. It seems like we can’t get beyond one crisis before we’re into another.”
If Christopher Nolan and his cohorts don’t get some Oscar love for this series finale, they’ve been cat-burgled.
What a great joy it was to discover that Jesus loves and accepts me unconditionally, despite my shortcomings and failures!
Most of us out there might not verbally admit it, but don’t we all want a “perfect” Christmas?
It’s not too far-fetched to suggest that this film could genuinely help couples, and even save some marriages.
Many battle holiday depression, but it can often escalate in a single parent's home. Learn how to fight the holiday blues.
The book has spawned hundreds of imitations which unfortunately do not share its Christian world view.
I was saddened yesterday to learn of the death of Zig Ziglar, a bestselling author and motivational speaker. He was 86. Zig inspired us and lifted our spirits by lifting up the name of Jesus. He reminded us to believe in ourselves only because Christ first believed in us.
These five writing principles are still valuable tools for teachers and parents who are struggling with how to teach students to write.