If we all did this one thing, we could see a lot more good done in the church.
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Get some tissues before watching this video.
While only God can resurrect dead people, He specifically calls us to help love them back into life.
Here's what we should pray for instead.
Rock star Chrissie Hynde's admission that she was responsible for being gang raped is sparking controversy. Here's what another woman who ministers to victims of sexual abuse says about Hynde's admission of shame.
Do you look into a mirror and believe the negativity your eyes have learned to believe?
This popular show on AMC seems horrifyingly similar to what we see in today's church.
We have an enemy who wishes to damage our children. He wants their hearts and their minds.
Anxiety and depression are terrible. You feel alone. And if you're anything like I was, you think you're going crazy and will possibly never recover.
This isn't a religious framework or how-to guidelines for living.
Here's how you can release the power of the enemy through prayers with the wrong spirit.
Israel was hit by a rare dust storm that seems symbolic of the tempest of dirt swirling in our culture. Here's where we need to fix our expectation.
This is the one sign of spiritual immaturity.
This may surprise you.
Does anyone remember the prediction that the rapture would happen in 1988? Here's a reminder of other end-time predictions that didn't unfold.
Most Christians don't think in terms of generations, yet we see that referenced in the Old Testament for families. Here's why we urgently need to pass on our faith to the next generation.
The Jewish new year began this week. Here's the prophetic significance of this time of year for you.
The apostles were ordinary men who struggled with weaknesses that would have disqualified them from leadership in the modern church. Yet Jesus called them and this is what changed them.
Australia has accepted Christians suffering from persecution in Syria. Here's what the world can learn from Syrian Christians.
Our words mold our children's future one syllable at a time.