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 Walter Wood, Jr. There seems to be some
By Russell Chandler. Now the fallout of new religious freedom has exposed the pent-up yearning for spirituality in the hearts of most of the Soviet people. They seem starved for morality, for integrity, for trustworthiness. The blustery old-line authority is wavering while the new guard is try
By Josiah Bancroft. This was my first encounter with a physical evidence of the demonic realm, but it has not been my last. I have wrestled with all this. Was this just a cultural thing? Was Larry “programmed” by hearsay or crazy TV reli
Will the family survive? Will the Church survive? Christian traditionalists and boomers alike must understand how crucial it is to reach the busters with the biblical message of hope in Christ.
By Al Menconi with Dave Hart. Condemning rock music and removing the offensive elements is the easy part. Presenting Christ in a posi