On Saturday night, millions of kids and teenagers will be going door to door asking for candy. What will you do?
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I'm held in desperation's grip—because if God doesn't break in, there is no other answer, no other hope.
This is too easy to do, yet so many Christians don't do it.
You have a weapon that's more powerful than the atomic bomb.
A touch from God revealed that she believed another gospel.
Here's how to talk to your child about the glory of God.
The wisdom of God is counter culture to our fast-paced society. Here's how to find God's wisdom for life.
Here's what's happening.
There is no way to "foolproof" any relationship. But you can respect yourself and others, always tell the truth and never be a fool.
There's one thing that's critical for teaching your child the ways of God.
This woman witnessed a man being delivered as she was preaching.
I have learned so much about faith through the eyes of my children as well as other children.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Here are three ways you can help a friend in an abusive relationship.
Mother Teresa is one of the most influential people in the world. But most people don't know she was called in her teens.
Did you notice that in the midst of difficulties Jesus says to be of good cheer?
What you believe can be a hindrance to God prospering you.
Listening prayer will keep us in a posture of humility before God which will protect us from acting out of our own selfish desires.
We can feel guilty for what we do. Shame makes us feel bad for who we are.
For quite some time, my family and I have been living in what I like to call the messy middle, the time between God's promise and its fulfillment. How do we live victoriously in those times?
Oftentimes, we choose our friends, our profession, our church, and even our mates through the covering of shame.