Do you or anyone you know party a little too hearty during special celebrations? Here are a few God-honoring ways to whoop it up with some self-control.
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Have you been focusing on yourself and your own problems? Have you tried helping someone else with theirs?
Are you hesitant to pray out loud with your wife? In the third part of a series, author Sam Ingrassia shows men how to be at ease with this type of prayer.
Valentines Day isnt simply a commercial occasion to buy gifts and cards for the one you love. Find out why it is a call to continue Gods legacy.
Are things always serious at your house, or are you able to cut up with your children and have fun? Find out why a good laugh is good medicine.
Weve all heard about the high divorce rate in this country, especially among Christians. So, are we seriously taking the time to consider these important issues before the wedding ceremony?
NFL prospect Michael Sam is openly gay. By all accounts, he is a beast on the defensive side of the gridiron. But does he deserve a spot in the NFL?
Family members, especially your spouse, need you to pray for them. Find out what author Sam Ingrassia means by the impactful and empowering concept of expository prayer in the second excerpt from his book, Just Say the Word.
Due to popular demand, here are some more ways married couples hurt each other unintentionally.
Rough Cut Mens David Dusek is always being asked why he is a Christian. One things for sure: He isnt sorry the old man in him is dead.
Did you see Tim Tebow's Super Bowl appearance? It may not have been what he dreamed of, but it teaches us all something we need to know.
In the first of a three-part series, author Sam Ingrassia explains why men who dont do this one thing with their wives are letting them down spiritually.
Is your spirituality in a rut and your prayers not being answered? How much time are you spending with God each day?
Instead of putting all your energy into your Super Bowl plans, how about investing in your children? Here are 10 ways in life to make a big play for your kids.
Does your marriage need a little spark, or do you need to throw a little gasoline on the fire?
After a popular response to a post about wives injuring husbands, Ron Edmonson writes about the other side of the coin.
The best remedy for marriage conflict is marriage communication. Do you speak with your wife about these issues often?
Marriages are made of two very different, imperfect people. How often do we hurt the people we love most?
Have you let Satan trick you into a midlife crisis mode? Here are some ways to get out of that rut.
What kind of man do you see when you look in the mirror? Do you need some Jesus-adjusting?