This small Bible passage reveals a big way we can nurture and safeguard the love in our marriages...
Five new social media apps are growing in popularity and it is important for parents to know about because many come with maturity warnings and are rife with problems.
Though it’s been almost two decades since The Cosby Show aired its final episode, many people still have fond memories of the iconic series.
It is estimated that 67% of single parents in the country aren't connected to a local church. Why?
One factor that kept Wilson from Christ was that Christians were hypocrites. And he admits, “I found out I was right.”
There is no auto-pilot for love. Flirt. Kiss. Hug. Never stop creating and you will never stop loving.
To encourage our faith, James provides an historical example to whom we can relate—the praying prophet Elijah.
I’ve previously blogged about intentional childless, so today I want to address the logical “next step” to that topic: family size. If children are a blessing – which they are – can a couple have too many kids? Is there an ideal family size?
Stories about experiences of heaven have come and gone. But none have so captivated public attention or stirred controversy like Heaven Is for Real.
The definition of "hate" has some very strong language. However this wording is much strongter than the way it is often used in our modern world.
According to blogger and Pastor Jarrid Wilson, “Hate the Sin, Not the Sinner” isn’t working out very well for the Christian community.
Candace Cameron Bure’s recently commented about her decision to live out biblical submission in her 17-year marriage.
Feeling brokenhearted is simply not enough to fix the problem of poverty in America. Individuals, communities and institutions must care enough to roll up their sleeves and get into the mess of insufficiency.
Since only some people have the “gift of evangelism,” not every Christian is obligated to witness, right?
Excerpt from Just RISE UP!: Thoughts on letting God steer my plans, dreams and fancies.
This is the phrase that pays - in sorrow and heartache.