Belief is not just about seeing what God does and agreeing; it’s a heart condition.
- July 31, 2013 |
Phil “the Duck Commander” Robertson is an entertainer who looks like Moses and jokes like Bill Cosby. But having a quick wit isn’t a bad thing when the message is sin, righteousness, and judgment.
Following the April suicide of their son, Rick and Kay Warren have a new purpose for Saddleback Church: removing the stigma of mental illness from churches.
“God doesn’t need my money, but I need to give it.” This is possibly the wisest piece of financial counsel I’ve ever heard.
Marriage is a road full of hard choices, selflessness, and constant service. But it is a journey full of blessing, healing, and hope.
Does the church have a "cleavage problem"? A trending article makes the case that we do...
All of our well-meaning attempts to fill up our children’s summer with enriching activities may actually be harming them.
These are stressful times we live in. But that doesn’t mean we have to fall apart as a result.
Parenting can be so busy that you fall into a pattern of simply reacting to what’s going on around you. But that's not God's best!
We have some odd ways of cheering each other up. It sure would be nice to improve our record of encouragement in the midst of pain.
A reader struggles with Jesus' words: "whoever marries the divorced woman commits adultery." Read more in He Said, She Said.
Surprising how much better it is to its predecessor is in every possible way. The storyline is just as compelling as the special effects.
Hi, Roger, Recently two of my young friends have raised questions about the creation story... Dear L, I once almost lost my own faith over this issue...
A friend in my fantasy baseball league opened a can of worms once by asking, "Should we as Christians even be competitive? I see where God says do your best, but doesn't really talk about measuring yourself against others."
In his upcoming film "Unstoppable," Christian actor and producer Kirk Cameron addresses the age-old problem of evil.
There’s a situation in counseling I come across all too often: a couple will typically tell me first about how stressful their lives are. But usually, if we talk long enough about their fracturing marriage, there is a sense that something else is afoot.
So you want to sin, do you? I get that. I’ve been there. I've been there today. And yesterday. And the day before. But can I beg just 5 minutes of your time?