Just as God created flowers, he created us and knows what we need.
- November 07, 2013 |
“Christians must not come to church every week expecting the preacher to chew up their food for them,” says Ed Stetzer. “Growing and mission-focused believers are self-feeders.”
- November 07, 2013 |
One of our responsibilities as parents is to cultivate the dreams God has placed on our child's heart. Here are 6 ways to start today.
Dr. Roger explains the significance of the number 666 in Revelation.
A hard-hit neighborhood in the Rockaways hosts a public reading of Job, and wrestles with the book’s message
There has been a troubling development in the case of American pastor Saeed Abedini, a U.S. citizen imprisoned in Iran because of his Christian faith.
Stephen Owens was 12 years old when he found his father badly beaten with a tire iron and struggling for his life on the floor of their home.
Peter was a fisherman. It's little stretch to imagine that his livelihood affected his ministry and his writings. At least, that's what I notice when I read one of his most-quoted verses, the one about "casting" our cares
We all want to be celebrated, and encouraged, and even a small amount of effort, done in the right way, will reap great rewards.
Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your hands (1 Thess. 4:11). In such a frenzied atmosphere of opinions and beliefs and convictions and anger, it seems that Christians might need to take a step back, take a deep breath, and learn to live a little more quietly.
I was expecting Chicken Run with a Thanksgiving twist. Instead, I got a mean-spirited tale that left a bad aftertaste.
"Truth" was the theme of a recent Patheos blog concerning the life of C.S. Lewis. The author hoped to draw attention to inaccurate information published about the writer's life.
Last year, an atheist group sponsored a billboard in New York City's Times Square proclaiming "Dump the Myth!" beneath a statue of Jesus on the cross. We will undoubtedly see more of the same again this holiday season.
An ingredient to a flourishing marriage that is so simple, it's easily overlooked...
God’s plan for us may not meet our finite human expectations, but it will certainly, ultimately, in some way, exceed them.
He will wipe every tear from their eyes (Rev. 21:4). When we ask why bad things happen, we’re acknowledging that the way life is right now is not how it ought to be. Why is that significant?
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You know who you are. You're sitting a couple rows back so no one really, really notices you singing your heart out. I see you.
I knew almost instantly from the actions and voices of the children that the family was a healthy one. Is it likewise possible to ascertain within a few seconds whether a church is healthy?