Here's how to help your teenager grow in their faith during those turbulent years.
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Here's why you are one of a kind.
Your kids are driving you crazy and you want to runaway. Here's how to love your children when you're stressed out and want to flee.
Do you have a stereotype of women in leadership? Here's some insight to help break expectations defined by culture.
She had a million good reasons for wanting to leave the work of the Lord. But there is nowhere you can go to escape your calling.
If we're influenced by culture or circumstances instead of the Holy Spirit, we need to change. Here's how God can bring freedom to respond to Him alone.
A follower of Jesus wears a mark that's considered a badge of honor. Here's the mark that makes you distinctive as a believer.
You might wish you'd never had to leave your watering hole for the dry place you're in, but know that God is in it with you and is preparing you for higher ground.
Have you run out of the strength to fight the good fight of faith? Here's how God steps into your battle.
Your teenager may not be rebellious. Here's what the true source may be for their disobedience or disrespect.
Don't get lost in all of the Christian activity. Take the time to know the heart of God.
No one plans to get a divorce and become a single parent. If you or your friend or loved one is wondering how they ended up divorced, here's some encouragement.
Spring is around the corner which means romance. Here's why you can trust God to bring the right person into your life.
How do you handle an invitation to minister or lead a service? Here's how one woman found freedom to respond to God's calling.
It has been said that the most segregated hour in the nation is during church on Sunday. Here's why it's important to reach out to someone whose skin color is different than your skin color.
Your ultimate achievement is to pour your gifts, talents and energy into God's cause. Here's the key to finding your life mission.
Here's one thing you can control that can prevent a heart attack.
The person you looked up to and followed is gone. You're in the middle of trouble with no answers. What do you do now?
Are you constantly hungry? Shauna Niequist understands your struggle. Here's an excerpt from her latest book, Bread and Wine.