Here's why you should cherish every friendship, even if God brings people into your life only for a season.
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Looking for a spouse? Check at church for a partner if you want a quality relationship, according to both marriage experts and a new study.
If we all acted like this, then non-believers might actually listen to us.
If we want the glory of God to be displayed in our lives, we have to incorporate this into every aspect of our life and calling.
As a matter of fact, it's pretty simple if you think about it.
When you do this, you will be guided into the steps of reconciliation.
How do you think Jesus would have handled this issue with individuals?
How do you respond when you see blatant sin?
Too many of us don't really understand what forgiveness is. Here's some great advice to follow.
After Nathaniel Timothy Kuck was born in 1997 with multiple birth defects, hospital visits and surgeries became part of his normal life. Despite beating the odds time and again, the "miracle boy" died at age 4.
Here is why the church needs to rethink how it ministers to singles.
Best-selling author Jarrid Wilson wonders why God allows some people to represent Him.
Take the time out of your busy life to celebrate that which has stood the test of time and has challenged you to become the person that you are today.
Is joy and laughter missing from your day due to troubles? Here's how to get it back.
In a follow-up to Thursday's New Man post, it's now the wives' turn.
Sexual attraction is not the litmus test for a good relationship. In fact, it can mask problems.
There are many signs of abusive leadership, which can relate to leadership in the family, church, business, politics or any organization.
Are you needing guidance from the Lord? Watch as Karen Jensen explains how to find God's direction for your life.
At one point or another we've all been offended by someone, but as Christians we are called to walk in reconciliation. The Bible has laid out a clear plan on how to deal with offense. Do you follow the Lord's laws?
We've all suffered broken relationships with close companions during our lives—a friend, family member or spouse. What is the biblical way to respond—and heal—through those traumatic times? George O. Wood shares the answer.