A believer’s reflection upon the acts of his own redemption should bring him to a place of conscious trembling before God.
- December 20, 2012 |
Whether you love Les Misérables or are a curious newcomer, check out these tips before heading to the theater!
Who were the Magi who brought gifts to Jesus? Dr. Roger explains.
Christians alone are able to offer a compelling hope to the world in the midst of great tragedy, but it’s done with more than words. Especially poorly timed words.
Middle-earth is a world constructed on Christian principles, but that doesn't mean The Hobbit should be taken as a subliminally evangelistic work.
Think the Christmas Tree is pagan? It is more likely that the modern Christmas Tree has its beginning in Christian practices.
Read inside for encouragement in managing Christmas spending, while remembering the reason for the season.
A teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., reflecting on the carnage and tragedy of one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history, asked the question for the world: “Who would do this to our poor little babies?”
I know many of you are wondering how and what to share with your children about this tragedy. Based on my experience as a counselor, as a mother, and as someone who's lived through something similar to what Newtown is just beginning to absorb, here are a few tips for you to ponder.
When evil unveils its ugly face, we must turn to God and bare our souls. Each part of this tragedy finds a God standing ready to hear the cries of the grieving.
When those who struggle with sexual sin grab hold of the grace of God, it changes their lives. Let’s take a look at how.
Oprah is more than a celebrity. She is even more than a brand, or a business. She has become a shaping cultural force.
Though I wholeheartedly agree that the focus should be on Christ, I wondered if it was necessary to toss out all the old books and ornaments that had any association with Santa...
We're no better off financially, but we’re still using the credit cards like we just don’t care. What's the deal?
As I talked with a friend over coffee one night, the two of us began to reflect on how J.R.R. Tolkien's faith was reflected in his writing...
David knows that God is merciful. You will never begin to change until you discover the mercy of God. Think about the prodigal son. He has real guilt. He has lost his family’s trust, wasted the resources given to him and disgraced the family. Finally, he comes to the end of his rope.
Here are a few thoughts about rejection and ways to live beyond those painful feelings.
As someone who travels often I thought others might benefit from a few “road warrior” tips. Here are several of my favorites.