Caregivers face a unique set of challenges. Those who serve the sick may suffer more than those afflicted with illness.
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Our life today is not too different from the times in which the Israelites lived, looking to God to fulfill their need despite their own perceived weakness and obvious lack.
Complicated relationships, failed expectations, memories good and bad, loneliness—the holiday season makes them feel even more painful.
Sometimes we're so busy watering everyone else's garden that our own garden is dry, that our own garden is not taken care of; it's wilting.
Let's face it: In these last days, God's people are being pressured by a lost society to compromise His ways.
I don't know about you, but to know God will help me know what I need to do and that He understands me gives me great encouragement.
We're talking about seeking God for His direction in every area of life: having answers, making the right decisions and being the most effective in everything we do.
The enemy has been relentless in deceiving and attacking our kids. Let's fight back.
God never meant for us to live in the heat of tension.
Isn't this the enduring appeal of the nativity?
Fear becomes a problem when we yield to it in the context of what God's calling us to do.
Praying in tongues plays an important part.
Enneagram coaches Pastor Jeff and Beth McCord tell people the tool can serve as a relationship GPS.
These songs can provide more than mere distraction and entertainment.
Don't you just love everything about this time of year?
When unbelievers experience the supernatural, it creates a hunger for more. Here's how you can help.
Look beneath the words they may say and consider the meaning in your relationship.
Trying to fix the strands of my life's issues, I missed the star—Christ the Lord, who gave significance to my life and joy for my days.
Christian psychologist Dr. Barbara Lowe says your wounded, weary soul can find wholeness in Jesus.
When we eat the comfort foods, they make us feel better for a while. Then the emotion hits us again, and we need more of them to get the same feeling.