Sometimes the battles faced by singles are unique, and all of them are rough. Check out what this long-time single has to say.
- August 21, 2013 |
Women and “sisterhood” are not always synonymous. Sadly, women can often be categorized as “catty”, “messy”, or “hen-pecks”. Before we, as women, can learn to arise and awaken our spirits to be all God has called us to be — the best moms, the best friends, the best workers — we must first learn to embrace sisterhood.
- August 21, 2013 |
Avoid Controlling Others by Nagging Words
Prayer can be a very joyful experience, but there are times when we agonize and travail for God’s purposes to come to pass in people’s lives.
Ever since the article, Why Millennials are leaving the Church, the internet has been flooded with responses about the state of the Church and “how” or “if” it should be fixed.
The following analysis about the horrific violence across Egypt was written by a Christian leader in Egypt. He is unnamed due to security concerns.
It is possible to enjoy a romantic relationship with your spouse while still fulfilling all your parenting responsibilities. You just have to be proactive about it.
A new study claims that religious people are less intelligent than atheists. Even the legendarily left-leaning Huffington Post called it "provocative."
Too few people respond to God’s call, because they’re afraid of taking the risks necessary to reach out in the midst of danger.
Sometimes, busyness makes your parenting systems go haywire. That's when "survival mode" parenting kicks in.
Single parenting can be rough and lonely. And although Jesus is our Redeemer, we must still deal with heartache.
Are you searching for the right person to marry, yet frustrated that true love seems to be eluding you? If so, know that love does exist.
Two articles recently caught my attention. Both charted different, seemingly benign, ways that the nature of childhood is changing.
One large reason cults seem so frightening is that we’re often not sure what to look for. Here are 9 behaviors that should cause people to run from a congregation, even if the doctrine and reputation seem sound.
Stephen McGarvey and Shawn McEvoy of Crosswalk.com examine the political sci-fi allegory Elysium, starring Matt Damon. Read Jeffrey Huston's full-text review for Crosswalk.com here.
If you don't want to be inconvenienced, why would you ever have children? I'll tell you why — because life isn't about convenience. It's not about fun, or career, or money, either. Raising children, you see, isn't about you, and it isn't even about them. It's about Him — our heavenly Father, "from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named."
Quite the opposite of feel-good cinema, but director Lee Daniels is mostly successful in satisfying his multi-faceted objectives.
In his article “Eight Confessions of Church Spies,” Lawless tackles the impressions churches often give to first-time visitors.
Trying to curb your spending and stay out of debt? There are still plenty of ways to relax, have fun, and learn new things!
Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts… (Ps. 95:7-8). You never know who or what "that boy" is going to become, but you have a chance to help ensure it's something good.