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Frustrated with running after your toddler? Here's some encouragement from author and blogger Megan Breedlove.
To live like Jesus, we must have an ongoing encounter with God's presence. Learn how to have a miracle lifestyle.
Frustrated with the women's ministry at your church? Author and blogger Sarah Bessey understands.
Although it's rarely acknowledged, prejudice is clearly prevalenteven in the church. God is looking for a generation that will scale every dividing wall.
The late Daisy Osborn proclaimed the gospel with her husband, T.L. Osborn, in 70 nations to millions of people. Here's how she broke free of religious tradition to minister.
Amid the gummy worms, stale Life Savers and expired coupons, discover something much more valuablethe presence of God.
If you're fighting for your life or someone else's life, God is closer than you think.
Do you feel like your life is spiralling out of control? You might be right where God wants you.
Did you forget to pray today? Here's some encouragement from blogger Ellen Stumbo.
Are you experiencing an unexplained feeling of dissatisfaction? The reason for it might be spiritual hunger.
Angels are God's messengers, created to minister to us and help fulfill His purposes, but most of the time we forget they are only a prayer away.
What do you do when someone hurts your child? Do you blame God and accuse Him of not protecting them?
Have your kids ever asked about spiritual warfare? Priscilla Shirer got that question from her little boys.
Discover the most common obstacles to joy-filled living, and learn what it takes to overcome them. It's not as tough as you think.
Have you ever felt like you didn't want to go to church? Blogger and pastor's wife Ellen Stumbo understands the dilemma.
If you're a single woman, do you know that you belong to someone?
Author and blogger Sarah Bessey shares about her recent experience of preaching at her church for the first time.
Women have the ability to nurture one another in a way that mystifies men. But a desparate need for attention will turn that caring into competition.