What do you do with your fear? Here's biblical help and hope.
Christian Author Responds to Aggressive Breast Cancer With Powerful Insights for Healing, Prevention
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COVID-19 has created national fear in a way I have not witnessed in my lifetime.
If you're struggling to love, here are some practical ways to bless your marriage that you can do today.
What in the world does a thorn have to do with it?
"We have to understand that life, a walk with the Lord and walking with Jesus Christ always involves movement, and that movement also needs to be going forward."
Tammy Trent lost her husband in a tragic accident. Now, she's helping others find healing in the midst of heartache.
Lovato says her faith journey began as a preteen, when her aunt and uncle took her to a Pentecostal church convention.
Women are twice as likely to have anxiety, depression and PTSD than are men. One woman out of three is raped, molested or assaulted.
We question God's ability to rescue us when we're walking on the hot sand of problems, tough times and bad news.
She dreams of her 2-year-old growing up, graduating from school, and having a beautiful wedding and a compassionate husband—everything Pushana did not.
Do we feel satisfied when a contemporary falls into hard times or hits a rough patch?
Hint: We can take a lesson from the early church.
You will never be able to live beyond who you think you are.
Underwood is open about her faith and doesn't shy away from talking about God.
You and I might not have watered a fake plant or eaten a plastic grape, but we've done other things based on a false understanding of the truth.
Although your loved one's thought process and feelings are out of your control, there is something you can do that is within your power.
If the enemy can keep us distracted with our thoughts and desires, and we are not truly listening to what God's Spirit is speaking, we will be consumed by the spirit of the age and rendered powerless.
Scripture gives us many examples of honor and respect from men toward women.
It's not just the words we use, but the persistence we show.
Hint: When we fill our Easter baskets with candy, we're working against total health.