Dave Welday offers crucial advice for how to raise children to be all God created them to be.
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What if the answer to mass shootings isn't stricter gun control?
What are you doing to help the poor and the suffering? Everyone can do something.
One in five Americans struggle with some kind of mental illness. Christians are a part of that statistic. Here's what you can do.
Dave Welday says you can have a positive attitude despite the trials you go through or how people treat you.
"We believe in life, and we believe that God is a pro-life God."
Does this technological advancement play into God's plan for the end of time—and maybe even the Antichrist?
Thankfully, Convoy of Hope has made a long-term commitment to helping the Bahamas. But the ministry needs help.
Sid Roth: Over 1,000 Mostly Jewish People Make Professions of Faith During Supernatural Healing Meeting
Is this the beginning of the end-times global revival?
In "The Oracle," Rabbi Jonathan Cahn reveals how ancient Jubilean prophecies are unfolding before our eyes—even through Donald Trump.
Christians aren't exempt from depression, not even pastors. Learn how to recognize the signs of depression and what to do to get help.
This is a matter of life and death.
"There's no spirit of fear here," Jerry Falwell says. "In fact, everybody [says] just the opposite."
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn's Prophetic Vision After 9/11 Reveals What Will Happen in America if We Don't Repent
While standing at the corner of the World Trade Center, Jonathan Cahn saw the tree that had been struck down from the attack and felt compelled to search the Scriptures.
A video of Benny Hinn saying the extreme prosperity gospel makes him sick has gone viral. But Bishop George Bloomer says we need balance.
You are influencing students, even if they never have a chance to write something like this to let the world know how much you mean to them.
Now Benny Hinn is blatantly rejecting the prosperity gospel, even calling it an "offense to the Holy Spirit."
Frankly, I believe it's because Christians have been silent for too long. And now, we are at a tipping point.
Brenda Crouch was sexually abused by her own father. That trauma wore on her soul as an adult, and only Jesus was strong enough to set her free.
They met for 45 minutes specifically to pray for our nation's youth.