God is big enough to cover your mistakes, just as He did for Rahab the harlot.
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When Sarah Bessey was doing research for her book, she discovered good and bad stories about women who loved God. What do you do with those stories of women used by God who died broken, alone and unmourned?
Do you think you have to be perfect to talk to the pastor's wife? Or have a revelation before you can talk to her?
God has answered your prayers in bringing the right person into your life. Now what?
Betty Robison, co-host of the Life Today TV show with her husband, shares the keys God gave her that set her free to flow in ministry.
Getting there is not easy or painless. But the suffering we endure is nothing compared to the glory God has prepared for us.
You probably won't be tempted to rob a bank or commit murder. Instead, it's the temptation to gossip or be critical that can hinder your spiritual growth.
Caroline Barnett is married to Matthew Barnett, founder of the Dream Center in Los Angeles, which ministers to nearly 50,000 people each week. Here's how she manages to juggle work, ministry and raising children.
Does the sight of a delicious pastry weaken your resolve to eat healthy? Struggling with your diet? Dr. Kara Davis reveals the key to freedom from overeating.
Do you have a loved one that's dying? You want to pour hope and life into them but they have resigned to die. What do you do?
Spousal abuse is said to be the No. 1 crime in America. Sadly, many of its victims and perpetrators are Christians. Learn how you can get help.
Are your children consumed with their online games or tech gadgets? Learn some strategies to protect your children from being overcome by technology.
Frustrated with running after your toddler? Here's some encouragement from author and blogger Megan Breedlove.
To live like Jesus, we must have an ongoing encounter with God's presence. Learn how to have a miracle lifestyle.
Frustrated with the women's ministry at your church? Author and blogger Sarah Bessey understands.
Although it's rarely acknowledged, prejudice is clearly prevalenteven in the church. God is looking for a generation that will scale every dividing wall.
The late Daisy Osborn proclaimed the gospel with her husband, T.L. Osborn, in 70 nations to millions of people. Here's how she broke free of religious tradition to minister.
Amid the gummy worms, stale Life Savers and expired coupons, discover something much more valuablethe presence of God.
If you're fighting for your life or someone else's life, God is closer than you think.
Do you feel like your life is spiralling out of control? You might be right where God wants you.