Living in a crisis can make you vulnerable to being preoccupied with your own battle. Here's what you need to do in the middle of the battle.
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Christianity isn't a faith for perfect people. Here's how God responded to weak people in the Bible.
In those years, for the most part, they repeated the same obedience day after day with no hint that it really mattered.
Megan's 8-year-old daughter had her toys stolen by a neighbor. Here's what she learned.
As Christians, we cannot just bury our heads in the sand when it comes to the topic of same-sex attraction.
A lot of money and time is spent advocating for the unborn. How do we extend that same passion for those who are already born?
We see this theme repeated time and again in God's Word: We cannot judge truth until we know and apply truth.
Are you more concerned with praying correctly than connecting with God?
Do you shun or stay in someone's life when they leave your church? Here's some insight on how to respond.
Over and over again, we read stories from the Bible of people who mishandled their waiting times. Here's what we need to learn about waiting.
Anne Paulk, who struggled with homosexuality, has some advice on how the church respond with grace and love to those struggling with same-sex attraction.
Women struggle with sexual temptation as much as men although it's more subtle. Here are 7 ways that women silently struggle.
Here's the ultimate test that God gives us in our journey through life.
Throughout the world, God is using ordinary people—just like you—to start churches. What is there to stop you from doing the same?
Christian parents can get hopeless as they watch their children choose not to follow their faith when they grow up. Here's what makes Christianity sticky for your kids.
Here's why spending time with your children is an investment in advancing God's purpose in their life.
If you're rushing through your day with a nagging sense that you're missing something, here's what you're missing.
The world doesn't need more Christian celebrities. Neither does the church