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"He gives strength to the weary , And to him who lacks might He increases power." (Is. 40:29) When I read these verses, do you know what I think?
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My biggest fear came true, the exact one I couldn't stop mulling over as I lay on my shaking, rattling bed.
Many pro-life displays are highly controversial, and are frequently met with opposition, protests, and sometimes even violence. But are they worth it?
We need to hear this because we live in a world that is increasingly hostile to our faith.
There are actually some subtle flaws lurking beneath what looks like a foolproof approach.
A study finds today's American teens are smoking less than ever, and the trend may be keeping many from smoking pot, too.
Let’s talk porn, shall we? It dominates the lives of too many men (and not a few women), sabotaging the sexual lives they share with their spouses. It degrades and obj...
A new study suggests that greater screen time — whether in the form of computers, cell phones, or tablets — may have contributed to a spike in depression and suicide-r...
Proverbs 13:12 says, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” It feels hard to have hope sometimes, doesn't it?
By “pet peeve,” we mean only a minor disagreement. An annoyance. We find certain things irritating, but they are not deal-breakers. No federal case, no mountains from ...
I'm falling on my knees, begging for God's blessings. Will you join me?
We don’t need to strive for perfection. Instead, we are free to do what we can and be content with the reality of life’s messiness.
Emerging research finds that insomnia is linked to alcohol use among early adolescents.