Change is inevitable and a part of life. Here's what you can do to walk through the pain of change.
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Isaiah 53 opens our spiritual eyes to an important truth.
Sickness is not God's will for your life so why are you battling infirmities?
There's a pattern in the church that we need to be aware of and it's not a new one, in fact, it happened over and over again throughout the Bible.
Approximately 1 in 5 children will be sexually abused by his or her 18th birthday. A child is much more likely to be sexually abused by a recognized, trusted adult than by a stranger.
One word can alter your child's destiny. Here's how to release God's purposes for your child.
Consistent discipline has been touted as the key to raising godly children. Yet here's what's missing from that line of thinking.
If you check your Facebook or Instagram when you wake up or before you go to bed, you need to read this.
Paul the apostle shared scriptural principles to put anxiety under your feet.
Next time you think you're hearing God, read this.
"I don't love you anymore," are the most painful words anyone can hear. How does this happen with Christians?
The pain of betrayal can scar you forever. Here's how you can make your way through this struggle that has left casualties of the faith.
Overlooked or underestimated by people? Read this.
Here's an example from the Bible of how God responds to an unfaithful spouse.
This is a road in life that can't be avoided, bypassed or rushed. And only He can walk with you on this path.
In Paul's letter to the Galatians, he provides us with a bit of guidance in how we approach someone when we need to confront them.
Let no earthly thing define you—not what you've done, not what others say you are, not whom you know or what talents you possess.
A New York Times story about soldiers in Afghanistan being told to ignore sexual abuse has set off a firestorm.
If we all did this one thing, we could see a lot more good done in the church.