Some disappointments in life can be excruciating. Finding someone to confide in who knows your pain is crucial.
The enemy can't do his evil work if you don't allow it.
It's time for some real change—covenant change.
With the spirits of Ahab and Jezebel running rampant in America, Rev. Rodriguez says the time for the church to stand up and be light is now.
Have you ever felt this way or do you know of anyone who feels this way right now? They might need to hear these encouraging words.
Have you faced similar situations with your children? As a believer, what challenges has parenting in this culture presented to you?
"And remember, hope is a good thing. Maybe even the best of things, and good things never die."
Don't let the devil lie to you. Remember Romans 8:1.
Do we really believe that Jesus is who He says He is and that He can and will do what He says He will do?
Here's what God's Word says about it.
If you haven't watched The Passion of the Christ or haven't seen it for a while, view it this weekend. It could, and should, change your heart.
As we approach Resurrection Sunday, each of us should take a moment (or maybe more) to reflect on what the grace given us by the cross means in our lives.
Have you ever found yourself praying and asking Jesus any of the following questions? Don't worry, you're not alone.
Joseph, Moses and Paul all lived that way for a while—until God got hold of them.
Christian artist Steve Camp asked the question through a song lyric more than 30 years ago. His poignant songs are still pertinent for today's Christ follower.
This former professional basketball player says it's OK to chase after your dreams. But, he says, don't make those dreams your whole world.
If God wanted women in the church to be silent, he wouldn't have given them a voice or a desire to spread the gospel.
Cam Newton, you may not care about your behavior after the Super Bowl right now, but remember this: God loves love you and wants a relationship with you.
Bearing fruit is what your walk with Christ is all about. It's all about being a "doer."