Forgiveness is hard. But anytime we allow God’s strength to work in our lives, wonderful things happen!
- September 19, 2013 |
One more time. Crazy ask. Go for it. I’ll believe it with you today.
Waiting on God and Praying for a Child
Is childlessness-by-choice a God-honoring way for couples to live?
Too many marriages have become damaged by cruel attitudes. But those suffering don't have to sit passively.
Turn on the TV and you’ll see all kinds of gurus telling you how to be successful and fulfilled. But what does God have to say?
All children sometimes throw fits and disobey, and that fact does not hinge on the adeptness of the parents.
Ever notice that fairy tales always have a happy ending? That mentality has set us up for excitement, but also caused great despair.
The current lack of healthy role models in our culture can be discouraging when you consider the influences your son has growing up.
Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light… (2 Cor. 11:14). The next time you seek to place blame or anger at the doorstep of God or another person, remember the cosmic, spiritual battle.
In its 10 years of existence, the orphan care ministry Show Hope has helped provide more than 4,000 waiting orphans in 50+ countries around the world with families through financial grants. ReligionToday.com speaks with executive director Scott Hasenbalg and founder Steven Curtis Chapman about adoption and the impact of Show Hope's ministry.
"He and his lady friend have been serious for a while, but when he asked to kiss her, his very dedication to God was questioned..."
‘Making a point’ can be harmful, and when we strive to ‘make a point,’ we often become too intense and prick our mate.
As we experience God’s faithfulness in all circumstances, He wants us to share our Source of Strength with those on similar journeys.
Sexual abuse is a daily headline, so parents need to have their eyes wide open to vigilantly protect their children from predators.
For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins (Col. 1:13-14). Eric Liddell’s faith carried him far beyond a single Parisian race.
May be lacking in many ways, but it does preach the Gospel and remind us that asking the tough questions is important to building faith.
God loves to hear what you have to say when you talk to Him in prayer. But how often do you listen to what God has to say to you?