There's one home mentioned in the Bible where Jesus felt comfortable enough to relax. Here's how to recreate that atmosphere.
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A Nigerian pastor who reaches out to Islamic militants offers this advice on what we can do to help the captive Nigerian girls get set free.
When everyone else forgets you, God remembers you.
Here's how God has given you the power to reform and influence culture.
It's easy to forget about the importance of our role as a mother in our culture that prizes achievement. Here's how to protect yourself from that temptation.
Here's how to pray for a loved one's destiny and calling to be fulfilled.
Are you in over your head with the troubles of this life? Here's how to respond to God when you see no relief in sight.
She was a successful careerist, active in church but repeating the patterns of communication that ended her last marriage. Here's how to help someone connect their faith with action.
This dark addiction leads to abuse and kills marriages and families if left unchecked. Here's how to stop the epidemic.
She was considered the least likely to succeed, yet God raised her up to bring in a new sound of worship. Here are five keys that helped Darlene Zschech usher in the sound of heaven.
This one gift is more powerful than any other spiritual gifting. Without this, you can't call yourself a Christian.
Being completely available to God puts you in the zone of the unknown. Here's how God responded to one family that made themselves available to Him.
Here's a song that will encourage and inspire you if you've been waiting for what you feel is too long for God to send you a husband.
Here's why God doesn't hear your prayers.
If you can't move forward in your walk with God, one of these three thieves is wreaking havoc on your life.
This woman's last Sunday with her husband before they divorced took place in the back row of her church. Here's how God stepped in when she learned of her husband's unfaithfulness.
God is there when everyone else is gone.
Here are six keys for success for graduates that anyone can apply to their life.
How do you recover from being excluded or ignored?