With typical candor, children's ministry director Gina McClain shares about the adventure of adjusting to her son's new interest in girls, and her determination to help (not hinder) him on his journey to faith in God.
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Many Christians lack the courage--or the conviction-to testify to their faith. But the power of the Holy Spirit helps us to speak up.
If we will focus on God, His truth will strip away the spiritual dynamics that contribute to depression, and begin the healing process.
Do you have a story of when God moved in your life? Your story is your weapon of warfare. Here's why telling your story is an act of war on darkness.
If you could share a few words of wisdom with your daughter, what would you say? Speaker and author Gina McClain encouraged her daughter with three essential biblical truths.
The enemy loves to pull you down by speaking to you in your own voice. Here's how you can discern whether a thought is from God or the enemy.
Change is inevitable. How we respond to change determines whether we just survive or thrive.
Most of us know that repentance is a requirement for salvation. But do we know when we've achieved it?
Righteous living is an untapped spiritual force that God has placed in your hands. Here are the benefits of righteousness in Christ.
A life of obedience to the Lord makes us a pleasing aroma to him, and to the world around us. Read on to learn how your life leaves the presence of Christ.
Feeling overwhelmed by your responsibilities as a single mom? Sue Birdseye, a single mother of five, shares some encouraging words on how she found strength in God to conquer "single mom stress."
Speaker and author Devi Titus makes a resolution for 2014 to increase in seven areas you may want in your life too.
Paying the consequences for bad choices isn't easy. Here's how author and teen mom mentor Tricia Goyer found freedom from her own bad decisions that could have crippled her for life.
Do you awkwardly insert God into everyday conversation? Here's how to avoid sounding weird when talking about your faith.
Kim Martinez was in financial trouble. She confessed God's Word, but inside she stressed out, wondering if God was going to help. Here's what happened when she stopped faking faith.
Dr. Walt Larimore watched a 14-year-old patient die from complications of childhood obesity, despite his repeated warnings to the child's parents to change their family's nutritional and exercise habits. Here are some tips from Dr. Walt on how your family can fight this epidemic.
Jesus talked far more about how His disciples were to believe, live and think as servants than what they should do as leaders, shares the Foursquare Church general supervisor, Tammy Dunahoo.
Facebook researchers found that smartphone users check their Facebook news feed 14 times a day. Here's how you can use Facebook for outreach.
If you're wondering what's the point of an illness or financial battle or challenge where there's no relief in sight, Wendy Alsup offers some insight from the Bible to encourage you.
If 2013 was not a good year for you, here are 6 ways to launch 2014 for a breakthrough year.