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
Assumptions lead to more assumptions, and communication leads to more communication.
Today is The Arc’s first birthday! Thank you for your loyal readership, and for sharing your thoughts about your favorite posts. Here’s a list of some of the most popular articles from 2017.
Learning to think God’s way is a process. This year, spend intentional time with God by relying upon His Word. Begin your journey with a devotional from Tyndale, now on sale from 1/1-2/5/2018.
As the product of a broken home, building a sense of safety, security, and continuity in the lives of my four sons became a priority as they grew up.
As Japanese planes roared down, a new threat emerged. The first wave of the Japanese attack was over; the second wave was about to begin. But fighter planes still filled the skies, shooting at anything that moved.