Pastors preach about the why we should forgive others. But what if the person you need to forgive the most is you?
- September 26, 2013 |
What do the hopeful do? Where do we find hope when it seems as if hope’s playing hide-and-seek and we’re always “It”?
In matters of legalism, rest - yes - but in matters of holiness, run. Run like your hair is on fire. Cast off everything that hinders.
To be a prayer warrior for God’s Kingdom, what qualities do we need to pray for?
The supernatural has become big business in the U.K. in recent years, and it’s a similar story in the United States. It seems our interest in the paranormal knows few bounds.
A win-win outcome both in business and in marriage is ideal, but some feel trying to achieve that ideal in marriage is impossible.
If there was one bit of wisdom that would serve you well the rest of your life, this is the single most important skill I've ever learned as a Christian...
Tamar, Rahab, Ruth and Bathsheba
In the wake of catastrophic flooding across a wide area of northern Colorado, a disaster relief unit from Samaritan's Purse arrived in Boulder County to help homeowners by cleaning mud and debris from homes. ChristianHeadlines.com talked to program manager Wayne Shoemaker, whose team is stationed at Rocky Mountain Christian Church in Niwot, Colo., and volunteer Carl Martin, who traveled from Raleigh, N.C., about their work and experiences so far.
What does it mean for God to speak to someone? This is a complicated question that often puts Christian’s on edge.
I want to do devotions, I really do. But am I the only one who feels like bedtime lasts approximately 28 days?
Crosswalk.com's Shawn McEvoy talks with multiple Grammy and Dove award winner Steven Curtis Chapman about the stories of faith that shine out from Chapman's newest album, "The Glorious Unfolding."
How would you respond to a verbal lashing in a Starbucks drive through? One woman tried something radical: doing what Jesus told us to do.
Is it okay to get married for reasons other than love? Dr. Roger Barrier shares his thoughts on green card and arranged marriages.
In itself, Steven Curtis Chapman’s The Glorious Unfolding may be the best testament to the message it carries.
In the wake of catastrophic flooding across a wide area of northern Colorado, a disaster relief unit from Samaritan's Purse arrived in Boulder County this week to help homeowners by removing mud, debris and ruined belongings from homes -- and to share the hope found through Christ.
Do you respond to other people’s needs at the expense of your own? Stop the chaos, and live with proper boundaries.
Prisoners is a story of human pain and loss, and of how we respond to the temptation to carry out our own ideas of justice.
It’s clear to me that one of the most prevalent afflictions might be termed a church’s “culture of complacency.” Complacency has to do with self-satisfaction, a sense of contentment regarding the state of things.