You want to step out and accomplish great things for God. Here's why you hold back and what you can do to get out of that rut.
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The church has put a stigma on Christians fighting a mental illness. Yet the cause could be biological. Here's a cry for understanding from a leader.
The holiday season is the most stressful time of the year. Here's how to pray when you're dealing with the stress so you can enjoy your friends and family.
If you want your kids to have a certain spiritual characteristic, you need to be a model for them.
The most joyous time of the year can be the most painful. Here's how a woman bounced back when her heart was broken during the holidays.
I clearly remember sitting at my desk chatting with my dad on Skype. Tears ran down my cheeks as I explained how starved I was for just one morning where I could get alone with God without a screaming baby to interrupt me.
Mature and young leaders working together can facilitate an awakening.
A woman discovers how her family's involvement in organized crime opened the door to strongholds of sin in the nation.
For the past 38 years, Diana and I have loved and served one another in marriage and ministry. At least, that is what I thought.
Billy Graham didn't leave the responsibility of passing his faith onto his children to the pastors or children's ministry workers. Here's how he passed his faith onto his children and children's children.
The Mary miracle not only brought forth our Savior, but it gives us the hope of divine possibilities in our lives.
Bo Stern has candidly shared with us the ups and downs of walking with her husband, Steve, as he fights a disease with no cure. This month he is going to hospice.
Have you ever thought that the talents and gifts God gave you were not for your benefit?
God led His people with a cloud by day and fire by night, yet that generation didn't go into the promised land.
My stove jammed yesterday. I took it as a sign from God.
Have you wondered why someone hates you without cause? Here's what the Bible says about hating your brother or sister in Christ.
Isaiah tells me that Jesus was a man familiar with grief and sorrow, and when Jesus wept the original language describes for us the type of weeping that is from the stomach; you know, the kind that doubles you over.
What thoughts and feelings come to mind when you think of the word "failure"? My guess is that the word "gift" didn't come to mind. But in reality failure is a gift.
If you're experiencing loss of a job or loved one, here's some wisdom on how to walk through that valley in your life.
In a culture where our young men are taking in a steady stream of illicit material, many come to see young women as targets. Here are four doors you can shut.