How the church can better equip itself to respond to those suffering from poor mental health — both inside its ranks and beyond
Christians have been reeling from a report that found late apologist Ravi Zacharias guilty of sexual misconduct. But there are lessons we can all take away
Do Christians believe in one God ― or three? Is one greater or less than the other? Here’s the Trinity ― or rather, the Tri-Unity ― of God clarified
Don’t let the troubles of the year gone by crush your hopes for the new year. There is a way to make plans for the future — even in the midst of a pandemic
All Christians are also called to share the good news about Him. Sharing Good news in four simple points.
It's easy for power to go to our heads if we're not careful. What can believers do to rightly represent Christ in such positions — whether at work or home?
Does the OT practice of “giving 10 per cent to God” hold for Christians today? Find out how to develop a discipline of generosity that pleases the Lord
In an economic climate where jobs are hard to come by, can we really be picky about the kind of career opportunities we can and cannot take up?
Find out how we can avoid “eating and drinking judgment” to ourselves — and keep legalism from creeping into our remembrance of our Redeemer
Baptism is a commandment from the Lord. If you’re looking to obey it, find out what criteria you need to meet before taking such a step
The body of Christ bears a huge responsibility in speaking against the devaluing of human life as a “viable third option”
Nate Bramsen, who works for the cause of abandoned children in North Africa, on learning to love those who once abused him, and the 'gift of cancer'
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