It is essential that we learn the lessons of history and rediscover our purpose as God’s people.
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Fellowship is much more than love for pizza, pop, and an evening of fun.
Every generation must deliberately pass on a heritage to the next generation, and that always involves a battle for the truth.
Could life be far more about learning to lose well than experiencing the victor’s parade?
Here are a few ways to incorporate learning about the nations in the everyday life of your family.
In Noah, Hollywood is talking about sin, evil, and judgment from its own perspective.
Regardless of what the movie Noah is like, the biblical record is clear.
It’s rare to find a major motion picture that paints humanity, as a whole, to be this bad.
What will you do when faced with challenges? Purpose to be a plodder.
Saint Patrick’s Day, in its truest meaning, is not about avoiding the lost, but taking them the gospel.
The world has once again stumbled into uncertainty.
How should you talk about the events in Ukraine with your children?
Twenty-five years ago, Germany was restored and our world was transformed. It began with the power of prayer.
Our teens’ first years outside the home don’t need to be a period of spiritual apostasy and professional wandering.
The opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games have become events themselves.
Society seems to play a game of “Can you top this?”
Who is responsible for the children: the parents or the state?
Here are three questions you might ask before watching a movie.
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It is Friday, April 3, A.D. 33. It is the darkest day in human history, though most humans have no clue of this.
Do your children know this is your God and what he is like?