Mary Hunt talks ways to make your Holiday season special without breaking the bank or going overboard on Black Friday.
- November 27, 2013 |
Should you go spend time with people you can't stand, just because they're family? Dr. Roger has three suggestions for how to deal with family conflict and the holidays.
The Duck Dynasty "I am Second" video is one of the most powerful testimonies I've ever watched.
A violent game targeting random people is sweeping across the country. The practitioners, mostly teenagers, approach a stranger and see if they are capable of knocking him/her to the ground with a single punch.
To better understand why the Pilgrims left England, it may be helpful to briefly review the religious landscape of the time.
For any who see the film before reading the exceptional novel it's based on, a helpful tip is not to judge the book by the movie.
My son had tomatoes on his plate. This was not an oversight by his parents nor was it a punishment. He gave thanks. As should I.
For Marissa Cope, the pro-life battle that saved her from abortion didn’t happen at the door of an abortion clinic.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with Psalm 105.
Emily Freeman talks about her new book where she discusses how we can be creators and artists in our daily lives.
“Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” – Ephesians 6:4
Being thankful goes beyond how things appear. It takes greater courage to be broken and be real.
Christians who are poor should be glad, for God has honored them. (James 1:9). Let me encourage you to take the love of Christ with you and accept the difficult challenge of bringing it to the wealthy this Thanksgiving.
Is life so busy that you are often distracted from the most important person you could ever know? Pastors Alistair Begg and Sinclair Ferguson help you discover seven key attributes of the life and ministry of Christ in their book, Name above All Names (Crossway 2013).
What better way to wrap up a week remembering C. S. Lewis than to look at the work that best wraps up his view of the world? We’re off to Narnia.
“You have breast cancer.” Four devastating, life altering words. Four words no woman wants to hear.
Today, I would like to commemorate the work of C.S. Lewis by listing five of his books that everyone should read.
It never hurts to dream, and one should always have hope, but the dreams of youth are not always God’s best for one’s life.
It's a story about aging, dignity and greed, but it excels most as a simple father/son story.
As a Christmas movie about the real meaning of Christmas, this a beautiful Christmas card of a film may well become a holiday classic.
- November 22, 2013 |