If you are thinking, I wonder what a good way would be to encourage my pastor or the leader of a country, you might want to start with blessing their children.
Perhaps the biggest myth surrounding Eric Liddell’s life involves one highly scrutinized episode: that he deliberated over withdrawing from the 100 meters up until the week of the Olympic Games and that by serendipitou
Devotionals can help us discover God’s attributes and character throughout Scripture.
The African country of South Sudan is one of the newest countries in the world, yet its people have been plagued by civil war and ethnic cleansing for many years.
Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. — Romans 12:2
I recently went jean shopping. AGH.
Shamrocks, the “luck of the Irish,” wearing green . . . all things that come to mind when we think of St. Patrick’s Day. But not many people actually know the tradition behind why we celebrate this holiday.
It is more important than ever to teach our children behavior that models the Golden Rule. After all, the behavior commanded in that rule is biblical. It’s living in a way that honors God and loves others as He does.
The world is shaking. You have probably noticed that. The headlines regularly announce convulsions in government, economics, culture, worldviews, and so much more.
Often what happens in marriages that are clouded by unresolved anger is that the arguments become so toxic and volatile in their language and tone that they produce no good but drive a deeper wedge of division into the m