I have been burdened for some time about problems in male/female relationships in the body of Christ, particularly about how evangelical ministries disciple the two genders to work out this truth.
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Bo lost her husband, Steve, to Lou Gehrig's disease. Here's an inside look at her struggle to adjust to being single.
Jesus taught this one thing that is a key to reaching your children.
I knew I was in trouble because I couldn't see past the end of my nose.
I'm not going to send you on a guilt trip. I'm just going to tell you there is a better way to get healthy other than dieting.
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Our congregations are filled with worshippers on Sunday who were entertaining themselves just the night before with movies containing nudity, F-bombs and extreme violence; social drinking; and maybe even fornication.
I have never sensed the leaders in the body of Christ having so much excitement about what God is about to do.
From our Lord's very entrance into the world, He was declaring the abounding worth of a child, not skipping that season of human existence, but becoming a little one Himself.
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Forget going on a diet or getting out of debt. These resolutions could make your life better now.
"Netflix and chill." Sounds harmless enough, right? But is it?
Bo Stern shares how God carried her through the first holiday season without her husband, Steve.
Every parent who looks back finds their mistakes magnified. No matter how old or young our children are, we look back and wish we'd have done something differently.
Sometimes we can get so caught up in surviving and living our lives that we don't even realize the enemy has plundered us.