Michael S. Horton, of Relevant Magazine, asks why so many Christians are afraid of living ordinary lives?
Becoming a teenager can be a scary prospect (for both child and parent). So, how can we help with this transition?
The words we use have tremendous power. The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue.
Riddle me this, “What do you call a Batman show with no Batman?” The answer? Why, Gotham, of course.
Even in Christian marriages, there are times when one might be tempted to think that he or she has married the wrong person.
Sin is a reality with which we all must live. No one can escape the struggles we have with rebelling against God’s call on our lives. The battle can be overwhelming, but it does not have to result in demoralizing defeat.
Nuanced and intelligent, it rises gracefully above much of what has come before in this one-night-only event form of Christian media.
When Americans aren't busy praying for themselves — many are seeking divine intervention on behalf of a favorite sports team.
Christian Bale seems to play Moses with multi-dimensional complexity, but God doesn’t get the same depth of character.
Remember a boundary is not a fortress. It’s a gate that allows good folks in and keeps some untrustworthy ones out.
Married men have gargantuan responsibility to provide, protect, lead, love, be available for the kids, and shepherd the family faith.
He saved us – not by works of righteousness that we had done, but according to His mercy...(Titus 3:5). We need only trust in what God has already done.
Sometimes we joke that an argument is "a discussion that occurs when you're right, but your mate just hasn't realized it yet.”
The three things I wish I’d known long ago but didn’t might help you avoid a pitfall or two, along the path to living a rhythmic life.
When we begin to see poverty the way the Bible does, we see a number of practical opportunities to worship Jesus.
Let’s face it. Some things are difficult to talk through. But the truth is this, if we don't talk with them, someone else will.
In the Church, bad ideas and wrong-headed philosophies function in the same way as viruses. They infect a church, and as members and leaders interact with other churches, the infection is spread.
When it comes to praying for our President, Franklin Graham says we Christians have no choice—no matter his policies and decisions.