Proverbs 31 offers advice for single and married women alike.
Fewer and fewer low-income Americans choose marriage, and the impact is devastating. How can we stop the decline?
A reader ask, "Am I too young to be in a relationship? Should I wait for him to say something, or should I tell him how I feel?"
Our former days of distinguishing between male and female at birth have got to go. And Slate.com has plucked up Christin Scarlett Milloy, a web-developer from Canada, to tell us why.
Sudan reversed its death sentence against 27-year-old Christian woman, Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, but earlier today, she was re-arrested by Sudanese forces who disagreed with the verdict reversal.
A Christian entrepreneur shares how one conversation about God, pain, and suffering led his friend to deeper faith.
If we expect -and verbalize- that our children will be trouble, we also put that thought into the minds of our children.
You’re single. The novelty of a bachelor/bachelorette lifestyle wore off long ago, and you’re ready to meet someone and settle down.
God will meet you in that whitespace and awaken your soul with rest, making something beautiful out of you.
It wasn't a big deal. It was just sleeping beside someone. Until I met you.
Do you struggle with insecurity and a lack of confidence? Nicole Unice encourages young Christian women to lean on Jesus and find our identity in him.
The bad guy’s not just at the bus stop anymore. He has entrance right into your kid’s bedroom and hand-held cellphone.
If our favorite Bible heroes could comprise a World Cup squad, which one would you be?
If your life looks a little too much like Psalm 31, there are five truths that can help move you toward a Proverbs 31 mentality.
Let’s put Ephesians 5:22 in context. This passage is all about empowerment for EVERY member of the family.
Even when God is faithful and amazing things happen, life is still not easy.
Christians often say, "I'm blessed." But is it time to get rid of this phrase? Two bloggers make their case.
How do you connect personally with Jesus? Have you tried Jimmy Fallon?
Salem Web Network's editorial team comes face to face with their worst critics (and a few big fans) in this hilarious video. Watch as they learn what people REALLY think of the work they've done! And as always, thanks for the feedback and keep those comments coming!
- June 06, 2014 |