When all you have are broken pieces, how do you start the new year by faith?
The words leap off the page and come alive before me. I have read them a hundred times over the years, but this time they take on a new dimension.Such incredible words…justified…peace…access. Done for us by One who offered Himself as a perfect sacrifice. To make a way for us.
Every sunrise lays a new day before us and asks, “What will you do with this day? What will this day be?”
Remember the words of the apostle Paul.
The shape of prolife activism in the 21st Century
In Finding Focus on Jesus We Find Direction To Our Dream Job
At the time Dr. Billy Graham and Ronald Reagan first met in 1953, both men were rising stars, one in the pulpit and the other in a pseudo-political role.
When it comes to Disney, let's dismiss the faulty theology, but celebrate it's creativity and beauty.
This is the first in a series of posts about women with unique stories to tell, but who share a common theme. To live a life of faith.
Surely you have noticed the insatiable appetite for questions that children have. What happens to this gift of youth? What if we revived it for us adults?
Wise steps toward what God's Word defines as a "better" life
Would you give as much as you're currently giving to your church or charities of choice whether or not you were entitled to deduct the amount of the contributions from your taxable income?
In response to all that we experienced in the weeks after the shooting in CT, the Practice Joy Coach explores what she has learned about why so many of us avoid feelings and why we, if we want to spread the Love of Christ, can not afford to do this any longer.
The Mayans were wrong about the calendar. But they weren’t wrong that the arc of history is headed toward something cataclysmic.
In a complex, "always on" world, perhaps what we need to remember is that we need to intentionally unplug every now and then.
A quiet boy isn't better than my loud ones. My loud ones aren't better than your quiet ones. Not in the eyes of God. So why do we want them to change? Isn't it really more for our sake than theirs?
These days are filled with commotion and excitement. A long to-do list vies for my attention. I'm longing for a pause.
A few dozen churches in the U.S. offer concealed carry certification classes as a way to reach out to non-Christians and attract new members. Pastors around the country see no conflict between being a Christian and possessing weapons, but in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., such sentiments are coming under sharp criticism from fellow Christians.