You’ll never convince me that anybody works harder than a mother. Parenting is a joy-filled experience, of course, but it also requires a tremendous amount of effort. The legendary writer John Steinbeck once put it quite succinctly. "It takes courage," he wrote, "to raise children."
- August 10, 2012 |
The difficulties of being a Step-mom are many. What's worth fighting for, and when is it OK to give in?
- August 10, 2012 |
A reader has a horrible nightmare- and asks Dr. Roger if Satan was to blame.
While there are countless stories of how the shifting tides of the music industry have affected your favorite bands in the past decade, one still can't help thinking that Sixpence None the Richer deserve a gold medal for patience.
Whether its Chick-Fil-A or a mosque in Murfreesboro, I think religious freedom is a fight worth waging.
Psalm 88 teaches the faithful at least three great truths about walking with the Lord through the most difficult times of life.
Yep, I'm going there. Let's not pretend that the subject of sexual immorality doesn't exist.
Here are brief profiles of seven world-class athletes from the United States whose boldness for Christ is something to cheer about -- even if they don’t bring home a medal from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Donald Miller’s story might strike you as an unsurprising entry among the tales told by Christians critical of the church.
The London Games continue to serve up hours and hours of spirited fun for millions around the world. For parents, the Olympics also provide all kinds of "teachable moments" for our kids, from talking about the dedication required in training to how to handle disappointment when a medal is just beyond reach.
Signing a lease on a Mercedes you can't afford is neither the Law of Attraction not God’s providence... that’s just being stupid.
The death of author and controversialist Gore Vidal last week brought an end to one of America’s most gifted and flamboyantly offensive literary voices.
Christians are supposed be about the truth. We are to proclaim the truth, live the truth, and love the truth. But sometimes, in advancing the truth, we tell ourselves lies
ReligionToday.com talks to Chick-fil-A patrons, radio host Ken Coleman and professor Mark Coppenger of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary about the Chick-fil-A controversy, Wednesday's Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day and tolerance of opinions in today's culture.
“Where is God right now?” Kris blurted out to me in frustration one day. “We’re calling on Him for help. It just seems like He’s forgotten about us.”
"Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day," as organizer Mike Huckabee called it, may have been more successful than even he envisioned. More than 650,000 people had signed up on Facebook to participate, and it seemed that each one came -- and brought a friend.
One of the best bets for family entertainment: a feel-good story with a message that is the funniest of the Wimpy Kid series.
There are several fallouts from a culture that is “always on.” For one thing, it's made us impatient.
There are always two (or more) sides to a story. And that’s the case with LifeWay bookstores and The Blind Side.