The Christmas season is upon us and with it overwhelming encouragement to spend what we have not earned to buy what we cannot afford.
Join me & author Mary DeMuth as she shares insights for - inviting Jesus into the center of your family life - how to handle unmet marriage expectations - how to build the Christian family you never had - and more!
All in good fun, Tripp and Tyler showcase a variety of common Christian verbiage. Get a laugh (and maybe a new perspective on how we sound to the world) out of this one today! Download here: http://www.worshiphousemedia.com/mini-movies/33933/Shoot-Christians-Say
Why is it that when bad things happen some people emerge better and stronger, and some cave into bitterness?
Celebrating Advent helps families prepare for the coming of Christ. But where do Advent traditions come from?
A reader asks, "I struggle with being second in his life, because ministry is first right now. Am I missing a sign?" Check out our latest edition of He Said-She Said.
The nature of Abraham Lincoln's faith -- or the lack thereof -- has remained one of the most fascinating aspects of the man who freed the slaves and preserved the Union.
What should you do if you know a church leader is living in sin? Dr. Roger shares his answer for confronting sinful behavior.
Sometimes having less can be a blessing.
Why do a shopping fast? It cultivates discipline, resourcefulness, and opportunities for generosity.
I don't know about you, but rods and staffs, those were tools of discipline in my home. Ok well not exactly a rod, more like a wooden spoon but when you're on the tail end of it, it's pretty much the same thing.(Can I get a witness? Yup, that just happened.) But in the phases of life, there are transitions.
Do our various celebrations of thanks carry the distinct aroma of the glories of Christ? For the Church, thanksgiving is every day.
I love Thanksgiving. Here are twenty random things in no certain order that I'm thankful for:
This Thanksgiving, I pray that my gratitude might be rooted in the character and nature of God more than my ever-changing circumstances--and it’s my prayer for you too.
Believe it or not, this is an important question. It’s not simply a theological question. It’s a theological question that has profound practical implications.
As you face this Thanksgiving, you may be looking at circumstances that make it hard to be thankful...
I wasn't taught to rely on God for all the answers, let alone the solution to what I should do in my life. Did God really have a plan?
Beyond a strong relationship with Christ, what else can single parents do to find strength in their homes and lives?
"In everything give thanks, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus" (1 Thess. 5:18). Did you catch that? In EVERYTHING.