Tim and Susan* walked into our office for their first-ever session of marital counseling. We detected right away the vast emotional
I [Pamela here] have now come to realize that “two [really] are better than one” (cf., Ecclesiastes 4:9-12) in so many areas of marriage,
We know Christians are supposed to be joyful people. And we realize that joy is a result of having the Spirit of God in us. . .that among all the
Have you ever found yourself in a circle of honor? I [Robert] did for just a few minutes many years ago. They were life-transforming
There is one question we like to ask young adults about relationships. It goes something like this: You know that person that you really are
Read my article just posted at OUTREACH MAGAZINE. Here’s the link.
John was the last person you would have expected God to use. But powerfully use him, He did. Growing up in eighteenth century England, from age
Two weeks into the government shutdown “showdown” in Washington and something is undeniably missing. In fact, if we common citizens
In recent years there has come a fresh consideration of the man, Jesus; of who he truly was and is, of what he stood for, or what his message was
The pope has changed in Rome and not a moment too soon; for the world has changed, as well. Pope Francis’ first act after being introduced
The Super Bowl’s biggest surprise this year was not the lights that went out, but a new ad with Paul Harvey. Read my full article at Patheos.com.
Not only is Christmas supposed to be a joyous time, Christians are supposed to be joyful people all year round. Among all the people of the