Faith the size of a mustard seed is perfect for the planting and birthing of the miraculous.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Encourages Coaches and Athletes to Be Grateful On and Off the Field
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Many Christians have protested and condemned what is produced from Hollywood, but there are many believers who choose to serve and pray rather than criticize or protest.
The basic diet plan isn't our real problem. The problem is the choices we are making, the habits we can't seem to break.
It hurt me to realize I had unwittingly become a tool of the enemy to attack my leader, costing him his health at a crucial time.
Do you need God's perfect peace operating in your life today?
What would I attempt for God even if I knew I might fail? What would I attempt for God even if I knew I would fail?
Next time you open the Word of God, pay attention to some of these little words.
He is always available when we draw near to Him.
"At each and every sunrise we will be thanking you for your kindness and your love. As the sun sets and all through the night, we will keep proclaiming, 'You are so faithful'" (Ps. 92:2, TPT).
Listen to Lotz share her cancer journey and her incredible faith.
God is looking for men and women to stand in faith, to open the door for the Holy Spirit to help in our time of need, to lead us and to guide us in the truth that builds our faith and confidence in God.
God wants to give us the desires of our heart, but how do we get there?
The faith-filled statement is unusual, as most contestants on the show indulge in premarital sexual activities.
Patricia Heaton Asks Why Pro-Lifers Would Want to Join Democrats' 'Barbaric Platform That Champions Abortion'
"Why would any civilized person want to support a barbaric platform that champions abortion for any reason through all nine months funded by taxpayers?"
Make her your standard for beauty; make him the object of your respect.
Whether this is a good time or a deep valley, we can always celebrate love.
A study indicates that young people are dating 56% less than previous generations. Why?
Souza examines the process of repentance by using a court case as a metaphor.
"Every holiday is so materialized by commercials that it is easy for us to build expectations that are impossible."
Could it be that God is wanting us—as a nation—to look up?