By Elaine L. Schulte. Numerous guidelines have been written for choosing children’s novels. Most emphasize the need for high standards of art and writing, as well as stories that are appropriate to children’s ages and tastes. Few guidelines, however, consider the philosophies that authors promote, whether consciously or unconsciously.
By Sharon Betters. Brian and Roberta had committed themselves to be witnesses to the power of Christ as they served in the military following Brian’s graduation from West Point. She cred
By Rebecca Jones. What happened to my quiet time? I’ve learned that my noisy “quiet times” are every bit as precious and honorable in God’s sight.
By Dr. Robert S. Rayburn. The Christian will have Paul’s happy mind about death, when he shares Paul’s mind about life, and Paul states his mind plainly on that subject: for him, “to live is Christ.”
By Walter Wood, Jr. There seems to be some