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On Christmas Day, we celebrate the birth of Christ, who demonstrated love. Here's how we can give the gift of extravagant love in the new year.
Christmas can be a season of pain, heartache, or even pressure to provide when the budget simply isn't there. Ricardo Sanchez urges you to set your focus and energy on Jesus and to learn to unwrap the gift that was delivered in the most unexpected way.
"We talk often and openly of heaven. In fact, we talk about it in ways that might make other people uncomfortable, but heaven is not a cheap consolation prize to us—it's the best case scenario."
Mary had her own storm when Joseph discovered that she was pregnant. Yet in the storm, God gave her a song. Here's how you can find your song in your storm.
Here's what you need to do when you don't hear an answer after praying.
With just days away from Christmas, it's easy to become the Grinch in your home. Here's how one mom with two children with special needs is resisting the urge to become the Grinch.
Here's why one family has never exchanged Christmas presents.
Sometimes our words of comfort can keep our suffering friend from drawing on the comfort of the Holy Spirit.
Is Jesus the one who leads your church?
Everyone needs mentoring, someone to provide a little help and support.
A holy exchange takes place when we completely surrender to Him.
You're staring at the Red Sea that God has parted for you, and yet you can't seem to make the step to move forward to freedom.
Sex and romance got the lowest scores in a recent survey conducted by a marriage and family ministry.
The most wonderful time of the year can also be the most stressful. Here's some advice from a leader who ministers to 2,000 children every week.
Here's one woman's testimony of how God rescued her from suicide.
I watched a single woman become ordained to go to the nations last Sunday. Here are 5 things she had her in her life that positioned her for this glorious moment.
We are meticulous in repainting the Christmas narrative to make it look beautiful, but do we miss out on the significance of humble beginnings when we do this?
The enemy intimidates you from moving forward. Here's how one woman broke that intimidation over her life to see a dream come true.
This mom shares why she doesn't include Santa in her Christmas celebration.