Use these biblical resources to help prepare for this weekend.
The New York Times ran an interesting opinion piece this weekend: “Raising a Moral Child.”
Women were ineligible to be legal witnesses in the 1st century. The gospels were mocked for their portrayal of “hysterical female[s].”
Learn to have fun, embrace the busyness, and quiet the noise, even in the midst of chaos.
When you find it hard to accept the journey ahead... God treasures of faith in vulnerability.
Jamie “The Very Worst Missionary” is worried for Mommy Bloggers. Read inside to find out why!
When the journey is too hard, we all need someone. This is especially true when we take the journey of the cross.
I’ve found myself talking increasingly about the defining character trait of those who join and grow with an organization; the defining mark of someone who truly succeeds.
All Christians are human. That may sound redundant, but it’s the truth, and an important one to remember.
Holding onto a promise to become real? I met a little girl who reminded me of what's true.
Obeying James 1:9 when publishing your opinion is so easy
Tithing as a single mom can be difficult, perhaps more so than any other person. But here's why you can't afford not to...
They had something to say, something to offer one another amidst their own brokeness. Even if it came out in bite sized pieces. A sisterhood.
Former prosperity gospel advocate, Sean DeMars, thundered back at his former faith recently, calling it “The ‘Gospel’ that Almost Killed Me.”
What do you do when dreams are lost and the journey ahead feels uncertain? Behind every lost dream lies a new faith waiting to be found.
A new study finds as many as four-in-10 infants fail to properly bond with their mothers and fathers by the age of three – storing up a series of social problems in later life.
What does it mean to have a “Church Home”? For some, this term describes the building they frequent each Sunday, but for Shauna Niequist, it holds a much deeper meaning.
Raising teenagers is a challenge in today's world.
I wish I could say because we're Christians, things are different. But I can't.