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Are You a Helicopter Mom?

Some moms are neglecting to prepare their kids for life by giving them choices, responsibilities, and consequences.

My Sister Was an Addict So for Years I Stayed Away

Do you have a family member or friend who's an addict or recovering addict? Here's 5 tips to help you if you're trying to cope and find help for an addict in your life.

Cowabunga! Turtles Shells Out Action + Attitude

With fun nods to pop culture and sci-fi classics, it’s a fast-paced, high-action story that takes no prisoners.

Does Jesus Ask Us to Accept Empty Apologies?

Elizabeth Esther is quick to point out that forgiveness isn’t always such a cut and dry process, even for Christians.

3 Ways to Prepare Your Child for the Next School Year

When I was a single mom, I’m not sure who had more apprehension about the new school year, my kids or me!

Chris Tomlin - I Will Rise (Live)
Chris Tomlin - I Will Rise (Live)

Check out Chris Tomlin's new video for Will Rise. Captured on the Hello Love Tour during a sold out show in Los Angeles, the video captures a moving performance of Chris band along with a seven piece string section.

4 Ways to Embrace the Season You're In

In order to keep a good attitude, we really need to embrace our current seasons instead of stressing about it.

Why Do Christians Seem Suspicious of the Arts?
Why Do Christians Seem Suspicious of the Arts?

Author and professor Karen Swallow Prior helps us understand how Christians went from being patrons of the arts to suspicious of them.
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  • Karen Swallow Prior |
  • August 07, 2014 |
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Are You Succeeding as a Christian Business Leader?

In my research of top leaders I have consistently asked: “At the end of your life, how will you know you have succeeded?”

What Were the “High Places”?

In 1–2 Kings, the presence of “high places” serves as a type of litmus test for Israel’s morality. What were these high places? And why were they so detrimental to Yahweh worship but yet surprisingly acceptable at times?

10 Indications a Church is Making Disciples

It is true that you can’t necessarily put a number or percentage on discipleship growth, but you can tell—over time—if it has happened or is happening. Here are 10 indications a church is making disciples.

5 Things Christians Need to Know about the Ebola Outbreak

The situation in Liberia continues to be critical, as the Ebola virus continues to spread. This realization calls to mind “Five Things Christians Need to Know About the Ebola Outbreak."

What Not to Say to Singles

Here are a few things my happily coupled friends should avoid saying to singles.

American Evangelicals Aren't Persecuted as Much as They Think

Evangelical Christians in the United States see morality and Christian influence eroding fast. But that’s not the same as persecution. And we’d better learn the difference quickly,

3 Ways Perfectionism is Holding You Back

I used to admit to being perfectionistic the way someone might confess to being especially pretty: It’s harmless, kind of cute.

In Google We Trust

Is Google our new “God? ” It’s a question I raised in my book, The Church in an Age of Crisis. But I wasn’t the first to raise it.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • August 06, 2014 |
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4 Questions to Ask About What Your Child is Watching

When you are deciding what kind of content is appropriate for your child, there are general guidelines that every family can use.

Things We Get Wrong about Discipleship

What is a disciple? This may seem like a silly thing to ask Christians, but the question can be much deeper than most of us realize.

N is for Nazareth

ISIS militants are placing on the homes of known Christians a letter “N” for “Nazarene,” identifying those who follow Jesus of Nazareth. Perhaps it’s a good time to reflect on why Nazareth matters, to all of us.

God's Not Dead... but Christian Films are on Life Support

Though this cameo-filled affair tries to make a profound statement about bold faith, it falls prey to several predictable blunders.

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