Whatever we choose as a false protection we allow to become a stronghold in our life.
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We all put up walls around our heart to protect ourselves. Those walls can keep out the one we need the most.
A pastor's wife receives a dreaded diagnosis about her baby. She knows that God doesn't make mistakes but wonders about her child's future.
Popping a pill to lose weight seems to be an easy answer. But should you take medications to lose weight?
After you read these reasons, you won't want to go there.
Highly-skilled evangelists are a godsend, but many people will never step foot inside a church until they get saved. Here's what you can do.
What happens when you marry a Muslim man? Elisabeth Farrell reveals the implications of this disturbing trend.
Her cleavage is distracting during worship. What do you tell her?
There's another way to gain your child's cooperation.
This mom is enjoying the wonderful fruit of praying for her son's spouse. Here's how you can pray for the most important person in your child's future.
This article was written in after the 9/11 attacks. Given what happened last week in Paris, this a fresh reminder of the only source of protection that the world has from terrorism.
Unfortunately, many of us have lost our voice. We've been reading our Bibles and attending church for years, but the busyness of life has silenced us.
If you had a bad year, here's 1 thing you need to do for a better year.
Traffic for online dating sites is up. If your goal for the new year is to meet someone, here's some advice on finding a date online.
We need to make a shift in our both our purpose and our paradigm for ministry.
If you feel like you just keep missing it, let these words minister to your heart.
The prophet Isaiah is an example of how one moment with God changed his identity and his future.
With two gatherings over the new year that attracted 40,000 young people, God is stirring among Millenials and teenagers. Here are 4 ways you can minister to the next generation.
The National Eating Disorders Association reports that 20 million women in the U.S. suffer from an eating disorder. Here's how one woman discovered why she suffered from an eating disorder.