Are you surprised when your child doesn't want to hear what you have to say? Here's some wisdom from a Christian parenting expert.
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The struggle in your prayer life may be based on these wrong assumptions.
Regardless of how big you think your problems are, God's Word provides the guidance needed to walk out your faith. Start wielding these 12 weapons.
The biblical definition of sex brings more depth, joy and beauty than the worldly view of sex.
Do you get a twinge in your gut when you have to say 'no' to someone? You might have the disease to please.
Nothing could keep God's purpose from being fulfilled in Joseph's life in the Bible. And nothing can keep you from fulfilling God's purpose for your life.
Since living the Christian life is based on how you love, how well are you doing?
Here's how one woman responded when God called her to step out in faith to start a new public ministry.
When you're in a spiritual battle, here are 3 types of people that you don't want praying for you.
There's only one thing that can rein you in when you're walking on the edge of crazy.
"This year of our life has not surprised God. He knew our 30th anniversary would be spent in the valley of the shadow of death."
When you feel lost in your familiar surroundings, here's the one place that's your home.
We all want to guide our children into the abundant life that Jesus offers. But when we pursue the more and better that the world offers above our pursuit of Jesus, we fall into dangerous parenting habits.
"Somewhere along the way, I picked up extra rules that – as I look back now – didn't appear in the Bible at all. With the education of Scripture also came the inundation of religion."
Many Muslim women are victims of Islam rather than adherents. What can we do to see them set free to fulfill their destiny in Christ?
You can set the foundation for a move of God by doing this one thing.
Every day we're hearing the horrific reports of terrorist acts. Here's a reminder that the God we serve has a long record of dealing with terrorists, which gives us clues on how to pray.
Here's the heart of what God desires.
With pastors leaving the ministry in droves and the church under attack by the culture, are we supporting our leaders with prayer?
How does division in our own hearts contribute to a lack of unity in the church?