The face of drug addiction is changing. From the seedy associations of the '70s and '80s, today thousands of people are dependent on prescription medication. What can be done in the face of this growing epidemic?
Many of us struggle with anger, and the Covid-19 pandemic has only made it worse. How can you and I learn to express our anger constructively?
The word church has a lot of associations—some good, some bad. But what did Jesus Christ mean when He started the Church 2000 years ago?
Some 157 years ago, a different ”William and Catherine“ captivated Britain and changed the world.
Whenever we see an “alternate version” of a character in film or TV, they're usually “the evil version”. But is that realistic? Is it time we reconsider who really is “the good guy” and who really is “the bad guy”?
Maybe you’ve heard the word salvation before but you don’t know what it means. Karen breaks down her experience with salvation and conquers her fear of heights along the way.
Misinformation and fake news are everywhere on social media. How can we learn to be wise and thoughtful in this strange world?
When election season comes around, every party claims to be the best for the country and for you. In the midst of the confusion, how can you make your vote count?