By Dr. Thomas Whiteman. When most people think about divorce, they usually conjure up images of the embittered parents, the emotionally torn children, or maybe even the crafty legal posturing of the lawyers. Yet there is another drama that unfolds that we typically hear very little about. It is the plight of the par
By Glen Van Andel. Christ regularly withdrew to be alone to pray and rest, to renew Himself for His min
By James Sauer. The Bibleis a rags to riches story. It is the tale of despicable unfortunate wretches who have been lifted out of the sewer of life, and established into a royal family in the greatest of kingdoms.
Prayerfully, we determined to: continue giving 10 percent of our gross income as the tithe; begin giv
Simplicity, of course, extends beyond clothes to all areas. It dominates a whole approach to living. The food I serve while nourishing should never be excessive; my home while comfortable, never lavish; its atmosphere warm, never lux
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. Dan Doriani. If abortion is murder, miscarriage is a death in the family. In times of distress we must recall that our Lord indeed reigns. But unwanted counsel has a fatal flaw; it seeks to interpret someone’s experience before they even know what that experience is.
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