While we're praying for our persecuted brothers and sisters, let's remember how the Lord redeems when deliverance doesn't come.
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Do these two things to release the power of God into your challenging situation.
While you're praying for protection for our nation, remember to pray this.
Some ideas about the healing ministry can be a stumbling block for you.
The war on terrorism—a dark unseen force—is driving Christians to either succumb to fear or to call out to the only one who can defeat this ancient foe.
In spiritual warfare, you are the only one who can do this to win.
Throughout the Bible, we see that the people of God lived under terrorism. Here's a reminder of how we should respond.
Here's how you can find freedom in circumstances that you feel trapped in—a job you don't like, a marriage going bad, children rebelling against you or sickness stopping you.
We follow a script whether we like it or not. Here's how the Holy Spirit can rewrite the script of your life.
The revivalists in Europe who were a part of the foundation of Christianity in America planted seeds that could erupt in revival.
Here's how our devotional routine can work against God's activity.
In the wake of recent terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris, here's a reminder of how the kingdom of God is advancing among Muslims.
Here's what's possible when people really share their lives together.
I'm on a mission to stamp out yelling at kids. I'm going to share four more reasons why yelling at your kids is a bad strategy.
Over time, I've heard from some of you readers who tell me you haven't been going to church for years, and in my heart this feels as though you're turning down Disneyland, outlet malls and a sunny day on the beach all at once.
While the church claims to be growing, the dirty little secret is no Christian movement in Western Europe or North America is having significant growth; indeed, most are stagnant or declining.
Today is Veteran's Day. Here's how your children can honor our veterans.
This disease is outpacing smoking as the No. 1 preventable sickness.