Abuse destroys a womans self-esteem. The church must learn to heal the victims of domestic violence.
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When Christians neglect Gods Word, we become biblically illiterate. Please become a serious student of the Bible in this new year.
We must stay hot for God no matter how cold our spiritual environment becomes.
Many people today insist that pot is not that dangerous. But the facts prove otherwise.
I hate to be so explicit. But if we really love people, we will be honest about the physical and spiritual dangers of gay sex.
As the year comes to a close, lets pay our respects to those who passed on.
Amidst all the glittery distractions of this season, the simple wonder of Christmas still shines.
Silly arguments about Santas skin color arent going to ruin my Christmas.
The famous retail store only wanted cool customers. Lets end our fascination with cool.
With the passing of Paul Crouch Sr., there's a changing of the guard in religious broadcasting.
Its easy to be spoiled and ungrateful when you forget how other people live in the world.
Despite persecution and poverty, African Christians have passionate faith and missionary courage. They are my heroes.
Poverty has increased in Africa in the past 25 yearsyet prosperity preaching is common there. Whats wrong with this picture?
South African missionary Althea Meyer deserves an award for her couragebut shes content to serve quietly in one of the worlds poorest countries.
Today we are enamored with leaders who walk in amazing power and authority. But we are missing a key New Testament quality.
MacArthurs new book Strange Fire is a broad-brush attack on all charismatics. But we can forgive him for it.
Ron Carpenters recent statement proves that pastors are people too. They need our prayers, not our judgment.
In this crazy season of apostate denominations and backslidden preachers, lets commit ourselves to build Gods way.
The latest trend in worship is darkness. Am I the only one who feels uneasy about this?
I never thought Id see the day when Christians would justify swearing