You can help your kids grow in their faith by teaching them winning values as you watch and discuss this winter’s Olympics together.
When you have pledged your life to Christ’s save-the-world work, it’s the myths about Christianity that can drive you crazy.
Do you think our culture is messed up? Imagine what the culture of ancient Rome was like. Yet Christianity triumphed over it.
Take the school basics and turn them into a game. This not only helps to pass the time, but brings out the creativity!
Philip Nation advises us how to respond to the growing opinion that churchgoing is unnecessary or optional for believers.
Some facts related to the big game are fun. Others are more troubling.
The LORD, the LORD God, compassionate and gracious (Ex. 34:6). The God of the universe is almost too good to be true.
God is not our companion in the tasks of the day. We are his companions and because of that, the work we do becomes redemptive work. Even mundane tasks have eternal purpose.
Hard to care much about any of the lazy, libidinous characters, especially when so much time is spent on the least interesting of them.
Though it might seem like a social issue too large to solve, there’s a lot you can do to stop trafficking. Here are just a few ideas.
There is no auto-pilot for love. Flirt. Kiss. Hug. Never stop creating and you will never stop loving.
While you may legitimately be upset with your mate, you can still find aspects about your mate to appreciate and value.
Director Reitman finally has a real stinker on his resumé with this sappy, schlocky film. Even Nicholas Sparks would scratch his head.
Everyone hopes our country reaches a new heyday wealth, but until then, here's how to maintain your charitable efforts.
Everyone, myself included, hates the term “church shopping,” but it feels like that’s exactly what I’ll be doing.
My heart broke upon realizing that I was clenching a good gift given by God’s hand, ultimately turning it into an idol.
Stories about experiences of heaven have come and gone. But none have so captivated public attention or stirred controversy like Heaven Is for Real.
He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all... (Rom. 8:32). Whenever I read The Giving Tree, I am overwhelmed by the enormity of the Giver and the immensity of a sacrificial gift to a person consumed with self-interest who has forgotten innocence.
Our 8-person panel of editors and film critics has weighed in on our top films of 2013 based on strong themes and original stories.
- January 29, 2014 |