Some of our current headlines wouldn't have been needed if people had followed these.
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God is excited to reveal to you His new plans and His astounding purposes for your life that are about to spring forth!
Jesus saw her suffering. And He sees yours too.
With Jesus, it's all or nothing.
Hint: Divorce won't solve your problems.
A growing number of Christians today are considering adoption and foster care. A mom of 10 (seven of whom are adopted) answers some of the most pressing questions.
There's something about typing and posting a comment that makes us forget the actual people who will read what we write.
But you must learn to be wise.
"You have permission to soar with everything I've put within you."
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"My father and mother's love was huge and deep because they were so committed to loving God first, that they felt that each of the other was a gift. I hope to carry on the legacy simply by telling the story."
"This world doesn't have anything that can burn down the faith of a heart on fire for God."
The socialist regime has reduced Venezuela, once the wealthiest country in Latin America, to less than third-world status.
"No matter how hungry we are for Christ, we can always be hungrier. And no matter how in love we are with Christ, we can always fall more in love."
Even if you're young, it's never too early to consider what you're passing on to your friends, your kids or teens with whom you have influence.
How lovely it would be if we could shut off the shower of problems when this happens.
The church doesn't belong to me—or you. It's not our idea.
Does your fear paralyze you or keep you up at night? Here's help.
"As my mind returned from its stroll through my past, I was surprised at how I had influenced others for the Lord during the seasons of my life."
Pastor Shane Idleman's wife says, "Yes, I am called to a high standard as a pastor's wife, but you are also called to that high standard as a Christian."
Sometimes, it's not about the shepherd at all.