Here are a few things to consider when choosing products for your nutritional needs.
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Emptiness can put us in bondage by making us overly dependent on people. Here's how to get free.
Fathers, check out this advice from the founder and pastor of Life Changers International Church, to help you become a better parent to your children.
Selecting the right vitamins and nutritional supplements can be confusing. Dr. Don Colbert has advice on the right supplements for your age and health situation.
The move aims to allow greater efficiency without jeopardizing safety for the Medicare programs elderly and disabled beneficiaries.
We can't predict anything with certainty, so don't presume to know your future.
Johnson & Johnsons Doxil could help to save the lives of many cancer patients.
To lead a holy lifethe kind of life described by Jesus in the Beatitudesbrings happiness of the lasting kind.
The body is smart. It body sacrifices comfort in the short term to prevent long-term disease or damage.
Of course, all Christian parents like to think they've raised their kids to pursue God's will. But just how easy will it be to let them go when the time comes?
Fathers, your preteen or teenage child is counting on you to help them get through these sometimes awkward, but exciting times in their lives.
When Michael Brown read an article about how an American sex symbol loves to speak in tongues, he felt compelled to offer a lesson on "judging" believers. Do you agree?
Emory Universitys John Snarey has evidence that the challenge of balancing our work and home life can be good for us.
Read about how these spiritual methods can help you remove the roots of stress.
A decade of touring the globe will give you plenty of stories to share. But for platinum-selling band Kutless, meeting countless members of the armed forces along the way left them wanting to give something more.
Recently the band teamed with Samaritan’s Purse to create the Kutless Military Mission Project. The partnership is forged through Operation Heal Our Patriots (OHOP), a project of the Christian humanitarian organization that ministers to service members of all U.S. military branches.
“We’ve met and interacted with service members stationed everywhere, from Alaska to Germany,” says frontman Jon Micah Sumrall. “Hearing their struggles and stories of sacrifice has both inspired and encouraged us. We hope that our music continues to be a blessing and an encouragement to all of our country’s service members, but we desired to do more to try and help and impact those who have sacrificed so much for all of us. That is why we created the Kutless Military Mission Project.”
The project is a twofold ministry, with the band giving free concert tickets to active and retired military members and their spouses while donating a portion of all merchandise proceeds to OHOP.
More than 48,000 U.S. service members have been wounded or injured as a result of combat actions in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere since the band released its first EP in 2001.
“On behalf of Operation Heal Our Patriots, the staff of Samaritan Lodge Alaska and the hundreds of injured veteran families we minister to, I extend our heartfelt appreciation to Kutless for their selfless dedication to this great project,” says James R. Fisher, a retired chaplain who served more than 30 years in the U.S. military and now serves as OHOP’s chaplain. “Their support, both through their music and their service, has a direct impact on veterans hearing the gospel and finding healing through Jesus our Lord.”
Adopted at 3 months old, Juda Myers didn’t know the violent circumstances surrounding her birth until she met her birth mother, Ann, more than seven years ago. Ann had been gang-raped by eight men while walking home one night. Though her mother wanted Ann to abort the baby, she found a safe place to give birth with the help of clergy.
For 48 years, Ann prayed that she would meet Myers, and the two finally came face-to-face in 2005. For Myers, learning the circumstances of her own birth inspired her to start Choices4Life, a group devoted to supporting victims of rape and their children.
“There was no other organization attending to the specific needs of those with rape conception stories,” Myers says, adding that many rape victims are shunned and insulted for wanting to keep a child conceived by rape.
“What society doesn’t realize is that baby is the mother’s baby,” Myers says. “The rapist stole from her what was not his, and he will not steal her child, too. Society needs to know the truth and stop the prejudice against mothers and children of rape conception.”
Choices4Life was founded in February 2011 with an intent to restore honor and dignity to women and children of rape conception while promoting the value of every human life and raising awareness of the multitudes living in shame from sexual abuse.
Myers tells the story of her journey to forgiveness in Hostile Conception: Living With Purpose.
Heart disease is Americas No. 1 killer, yet its roots are far more spiritual than most think
Little did Chris Reis know that his famous recovery of an onside kick in Super Bowl XLIV would be used as a platform for God, and to turn his fathers life around.
Is it too much to ask that the focus of this Sunday be on football and not on gay rights? Michael Brown dissects the events around Brendon Ayanbadejo, Chris Culliver and the Super Bowl that turned into a super drama.
A British study has determined that a significant percentage of vegetarians are less likely to die from heart disease than meat eaters.
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