I had always heard that the Bible was the most published book in the world but that didn’t really hit me until I checked...
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I’m sure you’ve heard the statement: “I’m all about Jesus, but I’m not interested in church.” I’ve heard this many times and have even...
The wait grew uncomfortable, but I knew my bride would not disappoint me.
In a world of darkness, heroism often comes from the strangest places. JRR Tolkien infused his everyday heroes with faith, hope and determination in the face of insurmountable odds.
When the floods descended on this family, they were filled with bad memories. But they managed to find hope and thankfulness in the middle of a disaster.
Jesus died on Easter Friday, He rose on Easter Sunday. But have you ever wondered what happened on Saturday
To be born into the twenty-first century is to be born into an era of hopelessness. Is there a way out?
Life’s problems can seem insurmountable, but Victor Parachin says we should always keep on hoping, keep on trying and, sooner or later, we’ll keep on winning.
In our spiritual lives, we’re being stalked by a diabolical predator far more cunning than we can imagine, says Gary Swanson.
In the final article in his series on last-day signs, Clifford Goldstein homes in on THE final sign.
Victor Parachin provides a roadmap for navigating the festive season after the loss of a loved one.