By Mike Rasmussen. God has not commanded us to observe Christmas. But, if we do, how should we observe it?
By Jim Tonkowich. We are His workmanship from first to last. Our coming to Christ is His work and our growth in Christ is His work. God has graciously done it all for us.
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.
The study, Today’s Teens: A Generation in Transition, details some of the differences between teenagers who attend a church with fewer than 100 people and those who attend a larger church. The findings reveal some striking differences in the spiritual beliefs and involvement between the two groups of teens.
By G. Carol Bomer. I not only know the excitement of the creative act-recreat
By Peggy Townes. Scenes from Jesus’ life began to flash across the jumbled screen of Mary’s mind. She remembered the time when Jesus went to his cousin John for baptism and the voice from Heaven bellowed the message that this was God’s Son.
By Lee Taylor. Life is not easy. The commandments of the Lord are radiant, giving light to the eye. Linda took a courageous stand on God’s Word. And she became a testi
By Miriam Gautier. Just running in races wasn’t enough -now I wanted to win! I started reading more, training harder and setting my sights on placing among the top winners in my division. My whole life changed. I was consumed with running.
By Al Menconi with Dave Hart. Condemning rock music and removing the offensive elements is the easy part. Presenting Christ in a posi
By R. J. Gore, Jr. Filled with self-satisfaction, I gazed at my reflec