Have you ever struggled to decide between career or kids? Here's my story.
I contend that to be “Biblically balanced” is NOT to allot equal airtime to every Biblical theme... (read more)
It's true. Occasionally, my wife and I get into it. Figuratively speaking, we kick, punch, claw, wrestle and just plainly get mad. Throughout our marriage, the fighting hasn't gotten better; it's actually intensified. And now here we sit, with a total of 5 kids in our home, and we realize we have a problem. The problem: we aren't fighting enough.
I was jaded by the popular advice given to me before our wedding, "Prepare yourself: marriage is hard." But the best things in life are worth fighting for.
In 2004, my assistant walked into my office in tears. Drowning in debt, she was struggling hard to keep her head "above water." She was upside down on a car, owed thousands in student loans, and had credit cards piled up as well.
Lessons learned in a pile of what I almost finished
How to intercede for the imperfect church you serve
Ever have one of those days? Or weeks when no one notices how hard you're laboring to make sure their lives work?
People often say, "I Hate Religion But Love Jesus." But, in the Bible, is the word “religion” ever opposed to the gospel? Or, is the main idea of “religion” opposed to the main idea of the gospel?
All of us face rejection, but how can faith free us to live fearlessly?
My parents made plenty of mistakes. Yours did too. As a dad now with 4 kids, I've finally arrived at that place where I am more cognizant of the mistakes I am making. Wouldn't it be nice if -- like the idea of the "easy button" -- we could just hit a button to erase all the mistakes we've made? Unfortunately, we can't.
As Valentine's Day approaches, I like to take a good hard look at my “love life.” I consider how I’ve been loving my hubby, my family, friends and those around me.
Each time, when the frustrations flair, I feel like the Lord is asking me to be thankful for these inconveniences.
Several states have introduced legislation to allow homeschoolers to play sports at their local public schools, as Tim Tebow did in Florida.
Each generation is given the same call, “Choose this day whom you will serve!”
A reluctant, even hostile customer became a raging fan – and all it took was a different process. Same transaction, same product, same goal, but a radically different experience.
The church-made film "Courageous" surprised critics once again by becoming the No. 1-selling DVD nationwide for the week ending Jan. 22.
Sometimes we approach joy as if we were taking a pop quiz. The art of joy requires more than one coat of paint.
- January 25, 2012 |