In order for your children to be "salt and light" they must first be brought up to walk in the Light.
“I hear people saying that you can’t change anyone but you... It’s either put up with a crummy situation or leave, right?”
We all know, at least in our heads, that prayer is important. Yet how many of us honestly believe that our prayers, the simple prayers of our far-from-perfect family, can really make a difference?
"God couldn't be everywhere, so He made mothers." This Jewish saying describes beautifully the role mothers have in our lives.
Baz Luhrmann captures the opulent decor and backs it with a hip-hop soundtrack that should feel out of place but works surprisingly well.
Can a community be transformed for Christ? The answer lies in the maturity of Christians, measured in love, unity, and prayer.
As I survey the contemporary church, one of my gravest concerns is the power and prevalence of mysticism. It is at the heart of Sarah Young’s bestselling Jesus Calling, it is in all the much-loved books by John Eldredge... (read more)
The Skit Guys deliver a special Mother’s Day message, but Tommy gets a little carried away in song.
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Imagine how different our nation would look today if all of us lived out the principle of delayed gratification.
I'm afraid that if I'm not careful, I may raise up little Pharisees, who so imbibe the values I teach that they use them as a cudgel with which to judge others.
With Mother’s Day in sight, you want to do something to honor your wife for all her hard work, right?
Allister McGrath provides a biography that attempts both to retell the story of C.S. Lewis's life and to understand Lewis's ideas.
Mental illness and suicide were taboo topics for many churches, seen as a kind of spiritual failure. But that may be starting to change.
Everyone dreams of thriving. Yet too often, we settle for simply surviving the challenges that come our way in this fallen world.
Moving, leaving memories, is difficult.But through the painful experience, my heavenly Father taught me an important lesson.
The Proverbs 31 woman needs our attention, but the 1 Samuel 1 woman does too.
Every mother needs a healthy dose of wisdom when it comes time to answer the inevitable questions.
"Saraph" is translated differently in Isa 6:2 and Isa 30:6. Why do we have "seraphim" in one passage and "flying snakes" in another?
Every little girl wants to be swept off her feet by a prince upon his stead. Likewise, most boys at some point decide that dashing in on a white horse to rescue a woman sounds adventurous and noble. Looking at the divorce rates begs the question: What has gone so desperately wrong?
- May 07, 2013 |