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As fashion magazines pile up, it seems like a girl's self-esteem slips down the slopes. The endless comparisons fuel disappointment, breeding dissatisfaction with their bodies, relationships, friends, parents—you name it.
"I'm personally praying and believing that for Josh Duggar and his entire family, God will turn this painful situation around for greater good."
It is both amazing and tragic how the simple act of tipping can affect our witness in the communities in which we live.
Knowing how these neurochemicals interact and change the brain help us understand why sex is meant to be kept within the boundaries of marriage.
Some point to our liberty in Christ, but is it wisdom to consume alcohol? One pastor sounds off.
"It's very hard when you hear churches talk about you."
The floodgates of apostasy have opened wide, yet so many still do not recognize what has happened and put the blame in the wrong place.
It seems even Bible-believing Christians are confused about what the Word says about judging sin. Here's some clarity.
As recent controversies over the theological soundness of Noah, Exodus: Gods and Kings and other films have demonstrated, Hollywood isn't exactly mimicking the Bible.
Will Hollywood help Christianity make a comeback, regain its influence in culture and inspire another spiritual awakening?
And some in Hollywood don't like it one bit.
Christian actor David A. R. White discusses the good and bad of "The Year of the Bible" and why Christians should support Bible-based films.
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett discuss how the Holy Spirit guided them in filming The Bible television series and Son of God.
The $1 billion charity stunned the evangelical world a year ago when it announced it would hire gay Christians in same-sex marriages. Is this its latest move "to the left" and should you still support them?
World Vision writes a letter to Charisma explaining their recent change in policy.
Watch Mat Staver and Matt Barber discuss the clash between Christianity and Progressive Liberalism below.
The former Olympian has recently come out as "transitioning to a woman," but Matt Barber pleads with him to consider the outcomes.
They're trying to assure Americans they're not planning to follow the type of Shariah law practiced in Muslim countries. But critics aren't convinced.
"If you prevail, all of the citizens of Houston will then lose."