At this point, many are familiar with Disney Pixar’s “Soul.” So, should Christian parents let their kids watch it? If so, how should they talk about it?
The global number of unreached people continues to grow and, since COVID began, so has the global poverty rate. Which statistic is the bigger tragedy?
Many are wondering: What should I do with my stimulus check? Well, there are only four things you can do with your stimulus check. Let’s take a look.
This week in “The Amazing Collection” Bible study, Karen Pourcho teaches a lesson from the book of Acts.
Looking for practical ways to share your faith at work? Inviting others to pray at the beginning of the workday is just one workplace ministry idea.
I recently came across a description of God I’d never seen before: The God of endurance. Looking at God’s endurance has encouraged me greatly.
This week in “The Amazing Collection” Bible study, Libby Pancake teaches a lesson from the book of John.
Spiritual warfare was a familiar term, but I honestly knew little about it prior to an experience last winter. I didn’t know what spiritual warfare was.
Prayer is hardest during anxiety or depression. Here are 5 words I give to people to help them with the “how” of prayer when they’re anxious or depressed.
Let me shed light on unhelpful narratives I’ve wrestled with as I walk with the Lord in singleness. Please, stop saying these things to your single friends.
What are the general principles to bear in mind while navigating anxiety and depression with your teenager? Here are nine basic principles.
In this week’s lesson from College Park Church Women’s Amazing Collection Bible study, Cathy Johnson teaches from the book of Ecclesiastes.
Utilize this Easter prayer guide to help you seek the Lord in prayer during the twenty-one days leading up to Resurrection Sunday.
Waiting is an unavoidable part of life. To live is to wait. So, when we’re waiting on God or his direction, what do we do?