Invite them for a meal and tell them during dessert. It’s hard to argue when your mouth is full of pie.
My prayer is that as believers, our attitudes would shift and our hearts would change as we work through this important issue.
What I’m about to propose might border on heresy, but here goes: I think moms are too unselfish sometimes.
Like many believers around the world, I am horrified at the persecution of Christians in Iraq. And you can do something about it. Here are five things you can do to help.
“They’ve taken God out of public schools!”? I’ve heard this many, many times, but so far it has failed to worry me.
Lysa TerKeurst chats with Crosswalk about boundaries, discernment, and the difference between loving and people-pleasing.
While the job of being a shark diver is certainly dangerous, there is one filled with far greater, more permanent danger.
Today, if you hear his voice, do not harden your hearts… (Ps. 95:7-8). You never know who or what "that boy" is going to become, but you have a chance to help ensure it's something good.
We brace ourselves against infidelity and in-laws. But the greatest threat to our marriages is something much smaller.
We all know the stories of atheist professors and religious persecution, but how much of it is really true?
When we catch the darkness forming in a work environment, we can flood the issues with Christ’s light. Prayer helps.
Lyric video for "Grace Like Rain" by Todd Agnew.
Every night, my wife and I do something quite controversial according to the Internet. We ignore our girls.
What does the Bible say about the vegan or vegetarian lifestyle? Should Christians eat meat?
Despite many flaws there is something genuinely special. It is the first of its kind: a Christian film that has no agenda but laughter.
If only I could pack a few extra hours into each day, perhaps I could maintain some semblance of sanity amidst this chaos.
“The man who attains a wife attains a beautiful thing and is promoted to approval and delight from the Lord.”
If God forgives every person who confesses their sin to him (1 John 1:9) and teaches us to do the same (Matt. 18:21-22), who are we to refuse?