Love and force are mutually exclusive. They can’t even occupy the same emotional space.
Since so many relationships begin at work, what can we do to keep them as safe and respectful as possible?
If you're a parent, you've probably caught a glimpse of how God's insistence on justice is just as important as His love.
Back in the thirteenth century, the German king, Frederick II, conducted a diabolical experiment intended to discover what language children would naturally grow up...
Melissa Howell was shocked to discover that just because she knew and loved him, it didn’t mean she recognised him.
Jesus’ message of love and peace is all very well for safe, suburban churchgoers. But how relevant is it to the harsh realities of life . . . in Iraq, for example? Kent Kingston reports.
Want a happy marriage? Trafford Fischer looks at research that reveals the characteristics husbands and wives value most.
What kind of god don’t you believe in? Ty Gibson concurs with an atheist’s rejection of a cruel, controlling god.
To "not hate" isn't to love. The former leaves one indifferent; the latter brings about lasting change.
We have given God every reason to wash His hands of us. And yet, He gave us His Son. God's love—thankfully and amazingly—makes no sense.
When we mess up, our next step should be to run to, not from, the One who loves us most.
Instead of kicking back and enjoying their retirement, John and Bev Lowe decided to feed the homeless.