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Are you in the middle of a trial that seems like there is no end in sight? Author and blogger Wendy Alsup has an encouraging word for you.
Being filled with God's truth is the first step to freedom.
Are you open to other mothersyour stepmother, grandmother or spiritual motherspeaking into your life? Here's why they are important to your spiritual growth.
Any traumatic occurrence can lead to a life of desperation and idolatry, but Christ can set you free from addictions and compulsive habits.
It's time the American church stopped arguing about female roles and started empowering women for ministry.
Having undisturbed time with the Lord may seem like an impossible dream. But you can draw closer to God even in the midst of life's distractions.
Busy moms, take a few minutes to read this important article written from the heart by Tricia Goyer.
Sue Ahn yearned for the glory of God to come into her brokenness. But it wasn't until she learned to truly humble herself that she experienced it.
It's a challenge common to most parents: How much attention should you give your kids? Here are some tips on making sure each child gets enough attention.
Anna Sander helps rescue victims of sex trafficking in Sweden. Here's Anna's report from the front lines.
A lot of believers are left in the dark when it comes to what God thinks about sex because most churches don't talk about it.
Have you lost a relationship that seem to be from God? Here's some advice on recovering from the heartache of losing someone that God brought into your life.
Author and blogger Felicity Dale explains the Hebrew meaning of the word helper. You might be surprised to learn what it means.
What would you ask for if Jesus said yes to your request?
Here's why you need to push for God's joy in your life when you're hopeless, disappointed or stressed out.
Here's a daughter's story of how God brought healing to her mother, who was dealing with her worst nightmare.
A simple misunderstanding can trigger a fight with your teenager. Here's how to reach out to your mad teenager.
Having the shape of your dreams isn't your ticket to happiness. Learn to love the skin you're in.