Christians can both pray for our enemies, preach the Gospel and push for changes in our society to roll back this dark and rising tide of anti-Christian persecution.
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Christmas is my favorite holiday because of the focus on giving. My husband and I want to be extra generous with our four children, our church and our favorite ministries. We have a budget of $3,000 for all of these. Can you help us set priorities?
Are you humble enough and wise enough to admit that you sometimes get it wrong, or has your heart become hardened by unbelief or other sins which you are continuing to deliberately commit?
At the heart of the Christmas story is the story of poverty and glory.
America’s future will in large part depend on whether we revalue marriage, parenting, and child-rearing at the expense of the self-destructive and false search for meaning and self-fulfillment in sexual self-gratification. Our nation’s children await our answer.
Twenty years ago, the United Nations issued a chilling warning about the potential extinction of Eswatini's population by 2050 due to the severe HIV/AIDS crisis, with a staggering 27% prevalence rate.
By infusing the lives of boys with faith, character growth, and leadership, we not only prepare them to confront the challenges of the present but empower them to shape the future.
The local church can demonstrate to the world that God desires for children to be cared for in families.
I think I was on my fourth copy of the popular marriage book Love and Respect before I finally figured out why I hated it so much.