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This Pixar movie is packed full of insight into parenting. Here are the five emotions that drive parents and the consequences in your children.
The resistance may not be rebellion. Instead, you may need to change something.
What would Jesus think of last Friday's Supreme court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage?
Anne Graham Lotz says last Friday's ruling could be the key to wake up the church.
Wendy is a white woman who grew up in South Carolina. She is also an author and ministry leader. Here's what the Holy Spirit revealed to her in the Scriptures about racism.
There has been a mass exodus of young adults leaving the church. Here's what parents need to do early on to keep their children engaged in the faith.
Most Christians who say they are fighting the enemy are really fighting their calling. Here's a word of discernment for the source of your battle.
Here are some wise answers for your children who are asking questions about the recent Supreme Court ruling.
When we see flaws or dysfunction in someone else, it's easy to come up with the scripture to correct them. Before you do that, ask yourself these questions.
Peter addresses both the "rat-race" and ineffective and unfruitful living in his second letter. Here's how to stop the vicious circle.
This one thing postures you to not fear no matter what others say or do.
This type of bondage is rampant in Christians.
It appears that we are living in the Last Days, and the Scriptures caution us to be on the alert concerning spiritual pitfalls.
When you step out in faith, valuing who you are in Christ and the gifts He's given you, expect little miracles to follow.
Bo Stern, a teaching pastor and author, has penned these stirring words to frame her grandchild's future in this ongoing fight against racism.
In our couples-oriented culture, it's easy to despise being single. Here's some wisdom that the Holy Spirit revealed to this woman about her marital status.
Nine Christians were shot to death at a prayer meeting at a church where Dylann Roof wanted to start a race war in the nation. Here's Anne Graham Lotz's insight into this emotionally-charged tragedy.