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Here are some practical ways that you can effectively pray for our military.
Debora was lost in a foreign city without her cellphone or the name of her hotel. Here's what God taught her from that experience of being helpless.
Angela discovered that her teenage daughter was struggling with same-sex attraction. Here's what the Holy Spirit showed Angela regarding how to respond to her daughter's struggle.
No one wants to be in crisis—but crisis is unavoidable. Trouble will come to all of us on this earthly journey.
Here's why you need to move past condemnation for your sin.
Robby grew up in church with a heart to serve. Yet his life ended tragically when he returned from serving in Iraq.
Adoption is such a blessing for families. Here's why we need to be sensitive to the child's history before they were adopted.
If you are a caregiver, can I implore you to take some time away to refuel? It's the best thing you could do for the one you love.
We must not assume that our children are not a threat to darkness, but what do we do about it?
Our smartphones and social media addiction has created a lust for likes, accolades and shares. Here's what God spoke to one woman about this lust.
Is drinking alcohol a sin? Here's why the answer may be simple, yet complicated at the same time in light of God's Word.
Training a child to use their abilities, talents and resources to make Jesus known is a major responsibility.
God will never call you to sacrifice your family for ministry.
We label ourselves with our education, careers and achievements. Yet God's label is connecting to something else.
The world's currency is different from our unlimited God. Here's what you need to do business in the kingdom of God.
Your memory is designed by God as a tool to keep the devil away!
'God is doing far more in our affliction than we know at the time.'
Can children be empowered by the Spirit to do the right thing in their lives? Listen to this podcast for the answer.
I'm sharing this today so that others will know they're not alone in this fear of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time.