National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is observed annually on January 11. Author Craig Parshall writes about this important topic in his books, and fights them head-on in his work as an attorney.
As difficult as it is, I believe this cultural movement is a gift to the church. We have the opportunity to lead boldly rather than to trail timidly or argue defiantly.
What would happen if you and your family committed to doing one act of kindness each day for a year? Our world desperately needs more kindness.
I read something about Americans that I think is true: the first rule in our culture is self-preservation.
Stories sometimes inspire—sometimes instruct. But, the stories that stick with you are the ones that amaze. You won’t easily forget this true story of the “Father of Modern Missions.
I’ve always been an advocate for sexual abuse and assault survivors. In fact, my first novel How Sweet the Sound was written as a response to questions I had for the Lord about the subject.
As I write this, I’m listening to the news report of a tractor-trailer found in Edinburg, Texas, with nineteen illegal immigrants locked inside.
This is part two of a two-part series about how the Bible is edited from Tyndale’s Bible editorial team. You’ll find answers some of the most common questions below and in part one of this series.
Have you ever wondered how Bibles are edited? We’ve answered a few commonly asked questions and hope you enjoy reading about the process. This is Part I of a two-part series.