"We want them to know there is a God and there is a plan for their life."
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Erin Weidemann wanted to give little girls encouraging role models, so she turned to the Bible for inspiration.
This Father's Day, take this advice to heart.
God never intended for life to be mundane, and that includes your marriage.
If you're praying for a prodigal, we hope you'll find wisdom and encouragement from the words of Billy Graham's wife, who spent countless hours praying for her own prodigals.
As a Christ follower, you most likely will do everything you can to raise your child in the ways of the Lord. Still, your children are always going to have questions.
These will blow up their excuses for not reading the Bible.
Charles and Millie McGregor, who hit a milestone anniversary Monday, refuse to let complacency set in when it comes to their relationship with Jesus.
If nothing else seems to work, try these suggestions.
Besides the fact that God won't bless the situation, here are some things to consider before you make a commitment to live together before you get married.
Here's a nugget of refreshing wisdom to help you.
One verse in particular has been repeatedly misused for personal advantage.
Death and life indeed are in the power of the tongue. Be careful what you are passing on to your children.
In part two of this two-part series, Pastor Mike Curtis gives us five indispensable strategies in raising men and women after God's own heart.
"I'm not sure I ever really believed in Santa Claus. But it was fun to wonder. And to wish."
Mike Shreve shares about God's promises for your children and why you don't have to give up.
Of all the tools God gave you to raise a child, the most powerful is your tongue. Pastor Jack Hayford shares how to use it for good.
What should you do if, instead of enjoying retirement full-time, you're unexpectedly parenting again? Watch the story of one couple faced with this challenge.
How churches are affecting our nation's adoption and foster-care crisis—and how you can help
Joni Parsley believes in the healing work of God, yet her son was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome. How does she hold the tension?