I know what it's like to crave a handy, spiritual to-do list. But that's not how the Gospel works.
The two perpetrators of the weekend's mass shootings reportedly held starkly opposing political views, proving that no group has a monopoly on evil.
Few Americans hold the extreme abortion views espoused by 2020 Democratic presidential candidates
Here are four notable takeaways from the extensive report.
Former Planned Parenthood CEO Dr. Leana Wen wanted to expand the organization's healthcare services. The Board wanted to "double down" on abortion.
Over 180 CEOs signed a pro-abortion open letter on Monday, stating workplace diversity is impossible without abortion.
Our children who aren't yet seen are not considered human people — not by many in power. This grim truth was cast into the spotlight last week.
Uber confirmed one of its drivers was fired after he refused to drive a woman to her abortion appointment. The situation offers plenty of food for thought.
God has his own plans for us, and they’re better. Simple as that.
A baby boy in Japan just went home months after being born at 24 weeks gestation and weighing under 10 ounces. Every year in the U.S., we legally kill thousands of babies like him.
Someone likened the president to the “king of Israel” and the “second coming of God” — compliments Trump then bragged about. As Christians, how should we respond?
Two memoirs and a new old novel — books I’ve read this year and which ones I like best!
Losing steam on your New Year’s resolutions? Read Volcanic Momentum by Jordan Ring for some inspiration and practical advice.
When a social media platform becomes toxic, it’s time to take a break.
There are multiple verses in Scripture that are about remembering what God has done, which tells me that it must be pretty important.
There I was, thinking I was generous, even bold enough to judge others for their greed … and the whole time, God was trying to get through to me.
The 21-year-long era of I Kissed Dating Goodbye is coming to a close, Joshua Harris now disagreeing with what he wrote in 1997. What can we learn from the controversial book and its author?
This week I decided to track my progress on each of my New Year’s resolutions. I'm challenging you to do the same!
"Please help me not to be impatient about baby coming!" I scrawled in my prayer journal recently. "Help me to make the most out of waiting."
When I logged on to Twitter this morning I discovered it is #BookLoversDay. Since I don't blog about books enough (that's supposed to be a joke), here are a couple reads I highly recommend.
— J.R.R. Tolkien
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