The duck-faced selfies with the pouty lips are the rage for girls on social media. Here's why Christian girls are falling into this worldly trend.
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A spiritual victory can put you in a vulnerable place for defeat. Here's a warning from Anne Graham-Lotz to keep your victory
Most parents dread talking about sex with their kids. Parenting experts Barrett and Jenifer Johnson offer some practical guidelines for having this important conversation with your kids.
When we pray for healing, we usually focus on our sickness or a certain part of our body. Here's God's intention for healing.
If your children only listen when you yell at them, read this.
Bethany Jett, author of The Cinderella Rule, offers a simple rule to follow when you're dating.
Men crave respect from their wives. Here are 6 ways to showing admiration and respect to your husband that will strengthen the foundation of your marriage.
Here's some advice on why women should make their marriage a priority.
These revelations may seem too radical to you if you are in a comfort zone. So get out of your comfort zone and enforce Christ's victory in your life.
Have you ever considered why you were called to be a child of God? Was it to become a powerful preacher of the gospel, to be a missionary in a far-off country or to be a good husband and father or wife and mother?
What do you do if you find a guy who's smart, caring and cute but he isn't into God?
A leader hears words that threaten to distract her from ministry. Here's a lesson from her on how to handle offense.
A man who has these 2 character traits is a good candidate for marriage.
If you think you're too old or sick for God to call you, read this.
John the Baptist is a model of how God handles your questions when circumstances that don't make sense are unfolding in your life.
Here's what happens when you surrender completely to Christ.
Here's Lisa Bevere's take on the controversial video, #LikeAGirl and how it affects the church's view towards women.
The family was God's idea. Here's why we need Him more than ever in our families.
Parenting expert Barrett Johnson offers 5 questions that you should ask your teenager or young adult about their significant other.