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Is Christ really the center of your Christmas? Melissa Bradley gave up buying some high-end hair-care products so she could distribute grocery gift cards. Here's what happened during her God adventure of giving.
Indecisiveness can hold you back in your walk with God. Author and pastor Kathy Gray shares how faith is the power to make a decision to live for God.
Are you in a drought of finances or relationships, or is God's presence nowhere to be found in your life? Here's how you can break the famine.
Depression can be magnified during the holidays. Here are some tips for dealing with it or responding to friends or loved ones who are depressed.
Searching for the perfect gift is stressful. Here's a godly perspective on choosing the right gift.
Raising godly sons is a challenge in today's gaming and mega-entertainment culture. Tricia Goyer has some practical ways you can show your love to your teenage son without embarrassing him.
Scripture clearly outlines the judgments of God against those who practice sexual immorality. Why, then, do believers often go the way of the world?
Do you live your life on an emotional roller coaster? The Word of God says we are to be led by the Spirit, not our emotions. Here's how to avoid the wild ride.
A sledding adventure for Megan Breedlove and her daughter turned into a lesson from God. Here's what God showed Megan that could help you.
Celebrating the holidays after a divorce can be painful. Sue Birdseye shares how Christ carried her during a chaotic transition during the holidays.
Felicity Dale was a physician before she started her ministry. Here she shows how the church has become half-paralyzed compared to the rest of the world when it comes to women in ministry.
Are you a single mom struggling to fill the gap left by dad? Sue Birdseye, a single mom and author, has some encouragement for you.
Many men never emotionally bond to their wives because of the impact of being emotionally bonded to their mothers during their adolescent years. Os Hillman offers insight.
The holiday season can be a hectic time with performances, shopping and traveling. Author and blogger Sarah Bessey gives a fresh reminder to take a minute to enjoy the small things.
Our kids can bear the pain of our parenting style. Here's Rachel's story of how God revealed the bully in her and her road to freedom.
Some friends are meant to be in your life for a season. Are you putting too much work into a friendship meant for a season in your life? Lisa Bevere shares her wisdom on friendships.