I've learned how to deal with the holiday blues and to make Christmas a special time, even as a single person.
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My father, Billy Graham, was the founder of "Christianity Today." My grandfather, L. Nelson Bell, was the first editor. If I were sitting tonight at the kitchen table in my father's house and this controversy came up, I know exactly what both men would say.
Through Jesus, we can walk with God in our moments, seeking His heart and wisdom in every circumstance and every storm.
In our lives, Jesus Christ is the victor. He parades us as captives before the evil one who would dare to accuse us.
In today's culture of "my truth is mine, and your truth is yours," these three kings bring us remarkable clarity.
You're not stopping the forces of darkness (sickness, fear, evil, lack) with your own strength—you're stopping them with the delegated authority given to you by God in Christ. You're backed by all the power of God.
No matter the need you are facing, you can find hope for your miracle in the historical events of Jesus' birth.
"Joseph didn't just have a dream; he received a dream into his DNA."
True joy wells up from a source greater than us and our circumstances. And one of the greatest, purest joys comes from the reason for Christmas.
Caregivers face a unique set of challenges. Those who serve the sick may suffer more than those afflicted with illness.
Our life today is not too different from the times in which the Israelites lived, looking to God to fulfill their need despite their own perceived weakness and obvious lack.
Complicated relationships, failed expectations, memories good and bad, loneliness—the holiday season makes them feel even more painful.
Sometimes we're so busy watering everyone else's garden that our own garden is dry, that our own garden is not taken care of; it's wilting.
Let's face it: In these last days, God's people are being pressured by a lost society to compromise His ways.
I don't know about you, but to know God will help me know what I need to do and that He understands me gives me great encouragement.
We're talking about seeking God for His direction in every area of life: having answers, making the right decisions and being the most effective in everything we do.
The enemy has been relentless in deceiving and attacking our kids. Let's fight back.
God never meant for us to live in the heat of tension.
Isn't this the enduring appeal of the nativity?
Fear becomes a problem when we yield to it in the context of what God's calling us to do.